The Blanco Renaissance Museum- Place - Tourist Activities

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The Blanco Renaissance Museum

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Jl. Campuan, Ubud, Bali
Contact Details: 62 361 975 502 visit website

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The Blanco museum is a place where you can savor Balinese life in motion, with a visit to the family temple or stroll through the gardens...

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The Blanco museum is a place where you can savor Balinese life in motion, with a visit to the family temple or stroll through the gardens. Everywhere there are touches of Antonio Blanco's life. The artist's studio remains undisturbed, the unfinished painting still on the sunken easel. Women wander through the yard, in traditional Balinese dress carrying offerings. The visitor can see the delicate flower and palm leaf offerings being made in the courtyard. The Blanco family provides a personal tour of the museum and grounds. There are several Blanco Litographs and book about Antonio Blanco on sale at the museum.

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I and my hubby visit this place when we spent our holiday in Ubud last May. With 30K per person, we can enter this interesting place and get welcome drinks. Walking into the Blanco museums grounds, we were greeted by some beautiful colorful birds. We enjoyed seeing each pictures there. they're amazing art masterpiece.

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