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Claustro de San Jerónimo el Real (Los Jerónimo) (Spain)

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A church, popularly known as Los Jerónimos, that's full of history - kings and queens sought refuge here, Spanish parliaments were sworn in here, Alfonso XIII was married here, and King Juan Carlos I was proclaimed King of Spain in this very building. It dates back to the 16th Century, but has been restored several times and only a few external features remain from its early days. Inside, you'll see famous paintings by Carducho and Jose Mendez along with valuable sculptures like Juan de Mena's 18th-century Cristo de la Buena Muerte, neo-Gothic lamps, and stained-glass windows. It's close to the following museums: Prado, Thyssen-Bornemisza, and Ejercito (Army), as well as the Ritz and Palace hotels.

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Address: Calle Moreto 4, Madrid 28014

City: Madrid

Country: Spain

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A church, popularly known as Los Jerónimos, that's full of history - kings and queens sought refuge here, Spanish parliaments were sworn in here, Alfonso XIII was married here, and King Juan Carlos I was proclaimed King of Spain in this very building. It dates back to the 16th Century, but has been restored several times and only a few external features remain from its early days. Inside, you'll see famous paintings by Carducho and Jose Mendez along with valuable sculptures like Juan de Mena's 18th-century Cristo de la Buena Muerte, neo-Gothic lamps, and stained-glass windows. It's close to the following museums: Prado, Thyssen-Bornemisza, and Ejercito (Army), as well as the Ritz and Palace hotels.

A church, popularly known as Los Jerónimos, that's full of history - kings and queens sought refuge here, Spanish parliaments were sworn in here, Alfonso XIII was married here, and King Juan Carlos I was proclaimed King of Spain in this very building. It dates back to the 16th Century, but has been restored several times and only a few external features remain from its early days. Inside, you'll see famous paintings by Carducho and Jose Mendez along with valuable sculptures like Juan de Mena's 18th-century Cristo de la Buena Muerte, neo-Gothic lamps, and stained-glass windows. It's close to the following museums: Prado, Thyssen-Bornemisza, and Ejercito (Army), as well as the Ritz and Palace hotels.

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