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The Chirivella Soriano Museum brings together images that capture today's human drama in this exhibition of world photojournalism

That's right, the Chirivella Soriano Museum is presenting the World Press Photo exhibition through November 5. The 142 best images that showcase the human drama of our time from diverse perspectives.

In this 11th edition in Valencia, the format reveals the quality of the work of professionals with this exhibition of World Press Photo award-winning photographs and creations.

The photographs place special emphasis on the human suffering caused by the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the intense droughts and economic crisis in Afghanistan, the fight against the climate emergency in Central Asia and the effects of sea level rise on fishing villages in Egypt. In short, those are the stories of the main winning pieces.

This exhibition is, without a doubt, as important as it is interesting, and it will stir your conscience and open your eyes to the reality of this world.

Want to see it? Remember that you can visit it from Tuesday to Sunday through November 5. If you're interested in taking a guided tour, you can find the information here.



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  • Schedule info

    October 14 to November 5


    Tuesday to Saturday: 10:00 a.m. — 2:00 p.m. / 5:00 p.m — 9:00 p.m.
    Sunday: 10:00 a.m. — 3:00 p.m.
    Monday: closed.

  • Place

    Palau Joan de Valeriola, Carrer de Valeriola, 13, 46001 Valencia

  • Price

    Guided tour option for groups:

    Schools €3.50 per person.

    Private groups €5 per person.

    Weekends/visitors without a group €5 per person.


Calle Valeriola, 13, Valencia, España

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