The Hospital de los Venerables in Seville is a 17th-century Baroque building that was used as a hospital and a textile factory in the past. Now it houses the Velázquez Centre, an exhibition center dedicated to the famous Spanish painter Diego Velázquez. There is also a central courtyard with a fountain. The Velázquez Centre houses around 12 works, including the Imposición de la casulla a San Ildefonso by Velazquez and the Portrait of Martinez Montanes by Francisco Varela. Other artists that are represented in the centre include Francisco Pacheco, Murillo and Bartolomeo Cavarozzi.
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