Iglesia del Patriarca o del Corpus Christi, Valencia

(4.3/5 based on 95+ reviews on the web)
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  • And cultural property of interest. Baroque style and impressive frescoes by Mataraña. You can see for free if you go to mass. There is a officiating with Gregorian chants. You can not miss it. Beautiful girl. Annex is the cloister with the sculpture of Benlliure of Juan of Ribera and the Museum with important works. This weekend had the exhibition of restored tapestries.
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  • I've gone several times little girl with my grandmother, only seen ell Cayman, I read these days that it exposes a collection of tapestries newly restored, beautiful, worth paying 7 euros, retired free s or groups of students, for the hours of worship cannot enter in silence and see frescoes, but not take photos or disturb the faithful , is an occasion of see tapestries e Church very pretty inside, by outside not says great thing, in this bridge an occasion of visit our city sometimes so unknown by Valencian and that are going to take to tourists, is worth the penalty, if are in valencia, added this place to visit, if carry children go to see the Cayman dissected that brought them missionaries of america exciting.
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  • You should not miss visit this church has the largest and best cloister of the city. The frescoes are really impressive.
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  • I just came here today for the first time, which is quite shameful since I've been living in Valencia my entire life- this shows how little this gem is known even for the locals. I was really surprised by what it probably is one of the most impressive sacred art collections of the city. The small but well curated exhibition includes masterpieces by Caravaggio and El Greco among others as well as other treasures like a manuscript by Saint Thomas Moore. The guided tour (at an affordable 7€, less if you're a student) is highly recommended. The building, which is still today a seminary, and the church are also worth the visit!
  • A well laid out, well presented church and museum. It was well worth the cost of the ticket as the guide was both knowledgable and interesting. A variety of artists were presented with some of the loveliest murals that I have seen.
  • The Museum includes a gallery, courtyard, a small and a large church. The Museum is quite modest, though several canvases can boast of famous authors. Nothing too interesting courtyard. The little church is a very old, atmospheric, red colours and gloom. Big church-one of the best in Valencia. Stunning frescoes on the ceiling. A must visit. Visit Podgadajte under the working time big Church (still going), otherwise you will lose a lot.
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  • One of the most beautiful churches of Valencia. Tapestries, crocodile... Tomb of San Juan of Ribera. Essential in Holy week.
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  • It is very cool
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