The monastery was built by Juana, the daughter of King Carlos I of Spain, and is one of the most luxurious churches in Spain. The gorgeous steps are full of paintings, mostly Renaissance works, which are worth seeing.
It looks like a prison, but it is gorgeous inside. The building was ordered by Juana of Austria, the daughter of King Carlos I. Thanks to Juana’s aristocratic friends generously donating to the monastery, the Barefoot Convent soon became one of the richest churches in Spain. You can see the magnificent Renaissance steps promenade covered with frescoes, printed with the famous Dutch painter Ruben A tapestry of Rubens paintings, and an amazing oil painting titled The Voyage of the 11000 Virgins. There are currently 33 nuns living here, and 33 small churches are scattered around the monastery.
Royal barefoot monastery wall looks very humble, online strategy that is like prison walls and facade silversmith type, the slightest don''t see its internal luxury.
Built in the 16th century during the Hapsburgs, it is a great representative of the religious architecture of the Spanish royal family
This is also a more famous attraction, if it is suitable for in-depth tour, come and go.
Preston_Dominguez: Plaza de las Descalzas, 28013 Madrid, Spain
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Royal Palace,Plaza Mayor,Puerta del Sol,Museo del Prado,Plaza de Espana