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Madrid


Las Comendadoras de Santiago Convent


Contact details

Plaza de las Comendadoras 10
28015  Madrid  (Madrid)
http://www.esmadrid.com/es/cargarAplicacionInfoTuristica.do?identificador=293
Tel.:+34 915481842

Location

Autonomous region:
Madrid

Province/Island:
Madrid

Madrid

Description

The Convent was founded thanks to Felipe IV, in the year 1650. The works were designed by the architects Manuel and José del Olmo. The church plan deviates from Jesuit typology as it is a Greek cross plan with four equal arms finishing in the form of an apse, making a big cross over which there is an impressive cupola.The high altar is presided by a painting of Lucas Jordán, depicting Santiago fighting in the battle of Clavijo. The sacristy is the work of Moradillo, before the convent was built;this was performed according to a design by François Carlier.

Construction:
Convent

Artistic period:
Baroque

Historic period:
17th century

Setting:
Barracks of Conde Duque, Church of Montserrat, Salesas Nuevas.

Practical information

Schedule

Monday
From 16:00 to 19:00


By prior appointment (every first and third Monday).


Prices

General: €5

 

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