Museum of Santa Cruz

Museum of Santa Cruz
Native name
Spanish: Museo de Santa Cruz
Location Toledo, Spain
Coordinates 39°51′35″N 4°01′13″W / 39.859691°N 4.020144°W / 39.859691; -4.020144Coordinates: 39°51′35″N 4°01′13″W / 39.859691°N 4.020144°W / 39.859691; -4.020144
Official name: Museo de Santa Cruz
Type Non-movable
Criteria Monument
Designated 1902
Reference no. RI-51-0000082
Location of Museum of Santa Cruz in Spain

The Museum of Santa Cruz (Spanish: Museo de Santa Cruz) is a museum located in Toledo, Spain. The building was declared Bien de Interés Cultural in 1902.

The building was originally a hospital, the Holy Cross Hospital. Designed by Enrique Egas who received the commission from the Cardinal Pedro González de Mendoza, the hospital was a charitable institution for the care of the sick, old and poor.

Museum of Santa Cruz Photographs

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