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Templo de San Juan de Dios, Murcia

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  • The monumental San Juan de Dios consists of three thematic areas: free access, the Church. Visit free, guided both the choir and the ambulatory of the Church, which displays sculptures, drawings and work of the sculptor Juan González Moreno utensils, such as the archaeological remains of the greater Palace, underground.
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  • I met this church in the hands of my wife, would have happened a thousand times before and never enter... I should do it. I say no more, I invite just to come and look
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  • When visiting the Iglesia San Juan de Dios, one can first see the beautiful, oval Chapel in Baroque style, built in the years from 1764 onwards. The architect Martin Solera created here a church inspired by the Italian sculptor Giovanni Lorenzo Bernini's elegant style. The Church is not large, 16 X 11 meters. The main altar is located across from the entrance, and six smaller chapels flanking it around in space along the walls. Three by Francisco Salzillos expressive sculptures can be seen on the main altar: Joachim with the young Mary, the Archangel Rafael and Joseph with the baby Jesus. On the left side of the Church leads a narrow walking into the entrance of the Church's museum. Here you can get shown the crypt under the Church, where you see a remnant of the wall to the Moorish alcazar, as well as a part of a Moorish burial ground and a Mihrab that still has a part of its original coloring. The day I visited the site the Church was actually closed. It was in the process of enabling the large Nativity scene that had filled the Cathedral sanctuary, but the Museum was open. I waited to visit the Museum for an hour before it closed in the evening, and had looked at the way allowed to look into the Church, else had I not had seen it. For some reason, it is strictly forbidden to photograph in the Church and in the archaeological excavation.
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  • You should visit it if you come to Murcia. From the old fortress to the current situation.
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  • Wonderful
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  • Beautiful and charming
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  • Murcia Arab and Christian. Museum of sacral Baroque church very beautiful and neat sculpture
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  • Baroque
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