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Living manger

26 July 2018

Living manger in the courtyard of the Museum

The Brotherhood Rociera de Rubí des del 2016 organizes the living Nativity in the garden of the museum during the week before Christmas. These are different scenes made in detail that have the participation of about thirty people of all ages, the vast majority, members of the Rubinense entity. You see the representation of the birth of Jesus of Nazareth, shepherds, vendors, woolers, ironmongers and even a Roman soldier in addition to the classic figures of the birth Mary, Joseph and the baby Jesus. At the last minute of the activity, the choir of the entity offers a small concert of Andalucian swims. Admission is free through the Plaza Montserrat Roig, s / n, Rubí.

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The origins of the Ethnographic Museum Vallhonrat of Rubí back to the middle of the last century when Miquel Vallhonrat Brau started in the world of collecting, initially with family pieces from the early eighteenth century. He subsequently received input from customers and rubinenses.

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