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Archive Saint John of God Museum, Granada
Categories: History Museums, Historic Sites, Museums, Tourist Spots
Built by the Pisa family, Archive Saint John of God Museum is dedicated to the well-known Spanish San Juan de Dios, who devoted his life in Granada to taking care of the sick and helping to build the first hospitals in the city. Take a tour (offered in both English and Spanish) by a helpful guide to learn about this house's significance, as it was also the saint's deathplace. The museum is small and the tours follow suit, allowing visitors to have a more intimate experience and really feel what it was like to live there. By using our Granada holiday planner, you can arrange your visit to Archive Saint John of God Museum and other attractions in Granada.
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La casa museo de los Pisa es interesante por su historia y por el valor que tienen todas las piezas que alberga en su interior, donada por gente adinerada y de cierto prestigio. En la última planta es... read more »The House Museum of the Pisa is interesting for its history and value that have parts that houses in its interior, donated by wealthy people and some prestige. On the top floor is the room in which it died San Juan and a life-size sculpture can be appreciated. A girl accompanies you throughout the tour and thus get you into its history. The camera cannot be used.show original
Saliendo del circuito turístico y en pleno centro de la ciudad (junto a Plaza Nueva) encontramos este espacio tan impresionante. A mis hijos les encantó tanto por el contenido artístico como por el co... read more »Coming out of the circuit tourist and in full Center of the city (next to Plaza new) find this space so impressive. My children you loved both by the artistic content as a spectacular site for the continent. The guided tour is fantastic for the kindness and explanations that will help you to enjoy this nice stop in the city. Very recommended for everyone.show original
Beautiful decorated in the original interior patio style of the age and the location, which comes from the Moorish need/desire to have private space inside a quadrant or 'carmen' as they're known. Lov... read more »
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