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To get there from Madrid use the metro to Moncloa station and then bus # 601, fare 1.50€ each way... read more

Reviewed 13 August 2016
kubano
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Miami Beach, Florida
Shady, cool convent in the hills above El Pardo

Well-renovated convent buildings, 20 minutes walk along a steep road leading west into the hills... read more

Reviewed 12 July 2015
HealthMed
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London, United Kingdom
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13 Aug 2016
“You have to go!”
12 Jul 2015
“Shady, cool convent in the hills above El Pardo”
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Carretera Cristo de El Pardo n 11, 28048 Madrid, Spain
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Reviewed 13 August 2016

To get there from Madrid use the metro to Moncloa station and then bus # 601, fare 1.50€ each way. This place is located in a chapel at the exit of the village, on the climb to monte de Pardo, in an isolated from noise...More

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Reviewed 12 July 2015

Well-renovated convent buildings, 20 minutes walk along a steep road leading west into the hills above El Pardo. External plaque to a 1936 church victim of the Spanish Civil War. Bring water for the >40 degree summer heat. Active birds in the nearby park and...More

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Reviewed 23 April 2015

The Convento de los Padres Capuchinos has a beautiful sculpture of the Cristo del Pardo, which was created by the great sculptor Gregorio Fernandez. This sculpture shows Christ reclining. The convent gets few visitors but it is worth seeing.

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