Hospital de los Venerables (Hospital de los Venerables), also called the Priest Hospital, is a 17th century Baroque church located in the Santa Cruz district. Originally the residence of the elderly priest, it is now the famous Spanish painter Velázquez Research Center. It was listed as a cultural heritage on December 31, 1970. The church was built in 1676. The ceiling of the sacristy is a small space using visual traps.
Although the scenic spot in Qiongyou is not well-known-the so-called unpopular, but the scenery here is still not to be missed. The so-called visual trap in the sacristy is to use a small space and use perspective to make a painting on the ceiling. People feel very real. It is a work worth seeing. Because there are few mentions on domestic websites, there are very few Chinese people in it. When we went there, we were only two of us. Later, tourists from Europe and the United States came to us. We lingered in it. The tour guide's commentator is naturally not in Chinese. We took the English version, but it said it too fast, and many religious terms were almost useless for us. We have overestimated our English level... Everyone also see if you want to use it...
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The environment is clean and tidy, and the medical skills are quite good! ! !
The hospital has become an important tourist attraction, and the hospital can also be beautiful.
Preston_Dominguez: Plaza de los Venerables, Seville, AN 41004 Spain
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended ,Seville Cathedral,Plaza de España,Real Alcázar de Sevilla,Tower of Gold