MUNICIPAL ARCHEOLOGICAL MUSEUM OF ENGUERA. Ethnology Section
The ethnology collection is located in the building of the former convent of the Discalced Carmelites, restored in 1985. Inside it has been recreated a house of Enguera in the transition from the nineteenth to the twentieth centuries. It is distributed as a house of the so-called "two-handed" typology: a central corridor leading to the stable, located at the back of the house, and rooms on both sides of the corridor. In the house several rooms are recreated: bedrooms, dining room, pantry, kitchen, etc.