Very old building with outstanding Spanish style
This is Goya’s cemetery, free but photography and video are prohibited. Goya's cemetery is inside the church (one of the two). On the dome directly above the cemetery is a fresco painted by himself. It tells the story of a 13th-century Portuguese saint, Saint Anthony, who resurrected the dead. There are four mirrors on the four corners of the church that can adjust the direction, reflecting the parts of the dome fresco, so as to prevent visitors from looking up. Those who like Goya, after enjoying the collections of the Prado Museum, are the best place to go for a pilgrimage here.
The church is the cemetery of the great Spanish painter Goya. The vault paintings of the church were created by him. The four corners of the church have mirrors that adjust the direction and the frescoes that refract the vault. It is convenient for visitors to appreciate the frescoes and is an attraction not to be missed.
It will definitely make you dumbfounded. Those who like Goya, after enjoying the collections of the Prado Museum, are the best place to go for a pilgrimage here.
Sitting quietly for a while, I didn't go in to take pictures and look at the Bible in front of the chair. There were quite a lot of people in the church, but it was not noisy. The heart also calmed down.
Preston_Dominguez: Glorieta de san antonio, Madrid, Spain
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Royal Palace,Plaza Mayor,Puerta del Sol,Plaza de Espana,Plaza de Oriente