The chapel is free to visit but no photographs are allowed, Goya's cemetery, designs and frescoes are all left here.
The church is the graveyard of the great Spanish painter Goya, the painting of the vault is his creation, the church has the directional mirror at the four corners, refracting the vault murals, so that visitors can enjoy the murals, not to miss the attractions.
Very old building with outstanding Spanish style
Here is Goya's cemetery, free but forbidden for photography and cameras. The cemetery is in the church (one of two), and the dome just above it is his own mural, about a 13th-century Portuguese saint, St. Anthony, who resurrected the dead. The four corners of the church have four mirrors to adjust the direction, reflecting the various parts of the dome fresco, so that visitors can not look up and see clearly. People who like Goya, after viewing the Prado museum collection, this is the best place to go.
Absolutely stunning. Loved Goya, and after seeing the Prado museum collection, this is the best place to go.
Sit quietly for a while, and you don't go in to take pictures and see the Bible in front of the chair. There are a lot of people in the church, but it's not noisy. The heart is quiet.