Inside the Royal Palace of Madrid


Inside the Royal Palace of Madrid

12 grapes made in Buen Retiro porcelain

The walls and ceilings of the Porcelain Cabinet, in the Royal Palace of Madrid, are completely covered with porcelain plates. These are fastened to a wooden frame, coupled in such a way that their joints are hidden between the ornaments of fabrics and stems imitated in porcelain. On this dates, this 12 grapes remind us the Spanish tradicion of eating grapes to celebrate the New Year night!

In the app “Royal Palace of Madrid” you can discover these little details with the help of historical photographs, videos and 3D and 360 images. Do you know what other Royal National Heritage Site, near Madrid, houses a porcelain parlor?