Iglesia de San Agustin

Iglesia de San Agustin, Almagro

Iglesia de San Agustin
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spencermijas
Beckenham, UK40 contributions
Mar 2020 • Friends
Beautiful church, richly painted and decorated. Very good audio equipment. Pensioners go free! Excellent all round.
Written 3 March 2020
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marct260
London, UK64 contributions
Jan 2017 • Couples
I visited this church and found that the frescos or paintings didn't have much artistic value. It has been "deschristianised", meaning that it's no longer a church has no crosses or similar. In a country so full of free, amazing churches, I found that this one was not worth it.
Written 24 January 2017
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birminghamcorbiere
Powys, UK238 contributions
Sep 2016 • Couples
This building has some amazing frescoes and decorations, with lovely high ceilings. At the time of our short visit, it was hosting an exhibition of Cervantes and Don Quixote. It was only a couple of euros to get in, and was a pleasant little visit.
Written 26 September 2016
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spanishmiss
Falmouth, UK175 contributions
Aug 2016 • Couples
We were pleased to pay the small entrance fee(1 or 2 euros) as the old church is worth seeing in itself. Beautifully decorated with Baroque carvings and frescoes. There are temporary exhibitions on there - August 2016 there was a very interesting exhibition of the theatre - Cervantes, puppets, costumes, posters and paintings. Well worth a look.
Written 8 August 2016
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Rebrites
Spain176 contributions
Aug 2015 • Couples
This municipal-run attraction costs a couple of Euro to see, and the first "ooh" and "aah" are worth the modest price. It's all about the brightly colored and wonderfully naive fresco paintings on the walls and ceilings, and the story behind the place: The last heir to a huge family fortune wanted to fund this Augustinian monastery, but the local Jesuits fought tooth and nail for the inheritance they thought should go to them. The Agustinians soldiered on, but nobody ever really won... and now both monasteries are gone out of business!
Still, we have this pretty tribute to bygone tastes. Worth a look.
Written 1 September 2015
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peter251
Granada, Spain124 contributions
Apr 2015 • Couples
This church is not in use as a church now,you can enter with a small fee of 1. 50 euros,you can see damage done by a earth quake to roof,
Written 6 May 2015
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