Fundación Casa Ducal de Medinaceli

Monuments

Monuments

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Palaces, gardens, churches, hospitals and castles with historic ties to the Ducal House of Medinaceli make up an extensive and diverse heritage, the conservation of which is one of the Foundation's chief aims.

Of these monuments, which are scattered across Spain, the four most artistically and historically significant are open to the visitors under conditions that guarantee their integrity. The aim is to make them known to the public and to allocate the income from visits to the upkeep of all the buildings and their collections and settings, as these funds are used entirely for this purpose.

Icono Hospital de San Juan Bautista

Hospital de San Juan Bautista

An impressive monument of Renaissance classicism, this hospital and cardinal's pantheon houses a museum of 16th- to 18th-century works and preserves intact its original hospital pharmacy.

Icono Casa de Pilatos

Casa de Pilatos

This sumptuous palace is a model noble family's residence of Golden Age Seville. It houses a unique example of a Spanish Renaissance sculpture collection.

Icono Palacio de Oca

Palacio de Oca

Known as the "Galician Versailles " on account of its beauty, it is the greatest baroque garden and the best conserved and most representative country estate in Galicia.

Icono Sacra Capilla del Salvador

Holy Chapel of the Saviour

Place of worship and pantheon of the Secretary to the Emperor Charles V, this chapel is one of the most salient works of the Spanish Renaissance.

Icono Otros Monumentos

Other monuments

Discover other monuments that are not open to the public either because their condition does not allow this or because they are used for different cultural purposes.