Because it used to be a charity hospital with church colors, it has many religious decorations, and now it has become a museum. The ticket includes an audio guide, you can listen to it while walking, and learn a lot of knowledge.
The Charity Hospital is a very good medical institution and a non-profit organization that has been active for many years. The Charity Hospital is open to all residents of Seville. There are many welfare organizations that will come here to donate money, which is also a very good choice.
We visited the Seville Cathedral and then came here. It gave me a taste of the art of Seville. Our guide rated this highly and it did not disappoint. Some wonderful art and wonderful altars in the church. Audio description greatly facilitates the realization of all this. You help keep the hospital running. The hospital still takes care of the people who live there. They also help ensure the safety of the paint. One of the highlights of the week.
The environment is clean and tidy, and the medical skills are quite good! ! !
The Charity Hospital is a classic piece of art in the golden age of Seville. It is decorated with a church. When we got there, we couldn’t tell whether the building was a charity hospital or not. From the outside, it looked very similar. We spoke Spanish to another The visitors confirmed, but did not go in because of time. The founder of this hospital is the legendary 17th century Miguel de Manara. LP said that he was a playboy who suddenly woke up after experiencing his funeral in his imagination and changed his lifestyle to help those who were sick and hungry. Build a charity hospital. I think it was his religious beliefs that changed him, because the church in the hospital was designed by him. There are a series of paintings on the theme of death and salvation. It can be seen that he is a person who has been changed by the salvation of Christianity.
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