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Hospital de los Venerables

Hospital de los Venerables

 

Educational program Hospital de los Venerables

The Hospital de los Venerables is a 17th century baroque building created by Justino de Neve to help ill priests during the plague. Located in the Santa Cruz district, it is home to numerous murals painted by Valdés Leal and his son Lucas Valdés, sculptures by Pedro Roldán and Juan de Oviedo and works of great historical and cultural value.

The educational program at the Hospital de los Venerables aims to convey the importance of its musical, bibliographical, historical and artistic heritage to different groups in society, creating enriching experiences through a range of educational actions and activities.

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Activities
Activities
Educational and cultural activities