Patriarch's College

Interesting
The former Corpus Christi seminary, founded in the 16C by Archbishop Juan de Ribeira, now houses a museum. As well as a wonderful 14C Byzantine cross, works by Juan de Juanes, the precious Triptych of the Passion by Dirck Bouts, and paintings by Ribalta, Morales and El Greco are also on show. The church is also worth a detour and is one of the rare examples in Spain of a Renaissance sanctuary decorated with frescoes.

Useful information

Address : 

Calle Nave 1

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The church of San Juan del Hospital,
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Valencia's Old Town
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Palace of the Marquess of Dos Aguas - National Ceramics Museum
Palace of the Marquess of Dos Aguas - National Ceramics Museum
This magnificent building houses the
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Ceramics Museum
Ceramics Museum
The Valencia region has made a solid
San Juan del Hospital church
San Juan del Hospital church
The church of San Juan del Hospital,
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See all