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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.

Hospital de los Venerables
Plaza Venerables, 8
41004 Seville

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Plaza Venerables, 8, Seville, Spain

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