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Oratorio de San Felipe Neri, Cadiz

(4.2/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web)
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  • It is a marvel of architectural. Here the courts of Cadiz met and for the bicentennial is arranged. It belongs to the Church and they charge 2, 5eur per person. You have to go to the adjacent building so that tell you something of historical importance which had. In the only church spoken (interesting) Baroque altarpiece and the picture of Murillo. Oh and have a video about the architecture of the building which you should not miss. Is a wonderful architectural
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  • One not to be missed the "furnace" of our first Constitution. On the other hand, even taking into account that it is a church, called so much attention the fact that does not mention it is in any way?.
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  • The 23 December 2016, the students of 2nd high school of the IES Fray Bartolomé de las Casas, visited the liberal Cádiz. After knowing the interpretation centre and the Museum of the Cortes of Cadiz, we ended the visit in the Oratory of San Felipe Neri. Was for all ones moments very special, as had the luck of knowing on-site the place where is enacted our first Constitution, it of 1812. On the other hand, we could also enjoy the architectural beauty of the building, focusing mainly on altarpiece and the Immaculate Conception by Murillo. Thanks to those responsible for the oratory for his willingness and kindness.
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  • A nice building, quite small, that has been witness of a big part of Spanish history. The ticket is 3 euros as of today. The place is really small, and only two audiovisuals make the visit last. There is no mention whatsoever in the information inside about the events of the signing of the constitution of 1812, which for me is the major point of the building, they just describe the religious aspects. This is why I give the "okay" grade...
  • After studying this part of the story, I have come to the Museum and it leaves much to be desired. The first floor has a few things, the second less and the third is empty. The best I've seen has been an equine building which continues as before, the rest of the renovated building with plasterboard panels. This museum does not honor to almost nothing, with everything you have to show and teach gets 2 stars light years, I have made him an obligation. It would be necessary to improve the Museum urgently, it is almost an insult to the history of the city and the rest of Spain.
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  • If you're not attentive you pass ahead and not realize what they contain inside. The truth is that you get a pleasant surprise when you share the door and you see is enormous dome. It is interesting to see the audiovisual sector to know the history of this building, from its construction to the present day.
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  • Baroque Baroque. It's awesome you can spend hours looking at every detail, every sculpture, each picture... a luxury for the senses which should not miss this oratorio.
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  • You have interest in being where the Constitution of 1812 was signed but I expected something more :)
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