Hospital los Venerables, Sevilla, Spain
The Hospital of the Venerable Priests of Seville, Spain, is a baroque 17th-century building which served as a residence for priests. It currently houses the Velázquez Center, dedicated to the famous painter Diego Velázquez. One of Sevilla tourism highlights, the Hospital de los Venerables is definitely a not to miss building of the city. It is located in the most ancient neighborhood, the Barrio de Santa Cruz, also known as the Judería as it used to be the Jewish quarter. It was originally a hospital but since the restoration works (1987-1991) it is the headquarters of a Foundation where exhibitions, concerts and seminars are held.
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