This Augustine Abbey was once connected to the palace by an underground passage, and now it has fewer than 12 nuns. It was created in 1611 by Queen Margaret, wife of Philip III. It contains several art treasures, including a sacred bone box, which contains a small bottle of dried blood from Saint Pantaryon, which is said to be liquefied on July 27 every year. .
Incarnate its name because of the square built here is the embodiment of the convent in the 17th century, this is a piece of of primitive simplicity and grand buildings, houses many of the holy. From the embodiment of monastery on the right side of the street, can go to the palace of Spain.
A very classic monastery is also one of the classic attractions.
A very classic attraction, small in size, you can stroll anywhere
The Royal Incarnation Monastery is a well-known monastery in Madrid. The monastery has been built for three to four hundred years. The monastery is very beautiful. At the same time, you can see many paintings and sculptures here.
Preston_Dominguez: Plaza Encarnacion 1, 28013 Madrid, Spain
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Royal Palace,Plaza Mayor,Puerta del Sol,Museo del Prado,Plaza de Espana