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We are in the Renaissance courtyard of the ancient palace Vich, demolished in the 1850s, whose pieces were scattered to its final reconstruction within the museum of St. Pius V in Valencia.
The Valencian noble Jeronimo Vich y Vallterra (1459-1534), was ambassador of King Ferdinand and Charles I to the Holy See in the initial moments of splendor of the Renaissance, which he applied to his own palace on his return about 1527.
A beautiful combination of a fresh blue venetian plaster and white fine marble.
Information extracted from the official website of the Museum of St. Pius V