"Convento de la Encarnación" Convento de la Encarnacion Tip by El_Sueco
Convento de la Encarnacion, Madrid: 3 reviews and 5 photos
This Augustin monastary was founded in 1611. It has the same architect as the Plaza Mayor. The monastery is still used by nunnes.
The church was rebuilt after a fire 1767. It contains paintings by Francisco Bayeu and fresques by the brothers González Velázquez.
On the picture you see the beautiful vault constructions in the church.
Address: Plaza de la Encarnación 1
Directions: The block north-east of Royal Palace
Phone: 91 454 88 00
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