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Seventeenth century church and charity hospital for the poor financed by D. Miguel Manara. Apparently he was a wealthy playboy who found religion and a higher purpose later in life. The structure is pretty interesting. When we were there there were 2 spectacularly large paintings...More
A lesser visited spot with some fantastic paintings, including at the moment, a close up view of two masterpieces by Murillo which have been removed for restoration. Don't miss the vanitas by Valdes Real.
We went here after visiting Seville cathedral. It gave me taste for the art available in Seville. Our guide book rated this highly & didn’t disappoint. Some fantastic art within the church & wonderful alter. The audio description helped enormously to bring it all to...More
I chanced upon this hospice on my way to the Real Maestranza bullring museum. Its exterior caught my attention - impressive white building, intricate in design, beautiful indeed. Unfortunately, it was closed when I was there around 1745hr. I understand the hospice is still in...More
The “Hospital de la Caridad” (Hospice of the Charity) was founded in the second half of the 17th century on the initiative of the nobleman Miguel de Mañara, who also was a politician, an extremely rich businessman and presided over the charitable brotherhood called “Hermandad...More
You may love Murillo, Valdés Leal, the sculptor Roldán or his daughter. Maybe you love history and special places with strong energy and vibration from the past.
However there's something they still do: today like four hundred years ago... they still take care of abandoned...More
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Possibly: this was taken from an official site as well. But take note that in Seville schedules are somewhat fluctuating. I was recently in Sevilla for one week, and I was confronted with the following unannounced facts: an... More
Possibly: this was taken from an official site as well. But take note that in Seville schedules are somewhat fluctuating. I was recently in Sevilla for one week, and I was confronted with the following unannounced facts: an important museum was closed becaused it was raining; another museum was closed because "it was the father's day"; the cathedral was nor having religious services because they were preparing for the Easter festivities