Hospital de la Caridad (Seville)

Facade of the Hospital de la Caridad

The Hospital de la Caridad in Seville is a baroque charity hospital building near Plaza de toros de la Real Maestranza de Caballería de Sevilla. The charity hospital was founded in 1674, and still cares for the aged and infirm. The hospital's chapel is open to the public and "contains some of Seville's most sumptuous baroque sculpture."[1]


  1. Frommer's Seville Day by Day Jeremy Head - 2008 -p18 "Hospital de la Caridad. Founded in 1674, this charity hospital still cares for the elderly and infirm as it has always done, but it's the hospital's church which is worth a stop. It contains some of Seville's most sumptuous baroque sculpture and ..."
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Coordinates: 37°23′03″N 5°59′44″W / 37.38417°N 5.99556°W / 37.38417; -5.99556

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