It looks like a prison, but it's gorgeous inside. Juana of Austria, daughter of King Carlos I of Austria, ordered the construction. As Juana's noble friends donated generously to the monastery, the barefoot monastery soon became one of Spain's richest churches. You can see the magnificent Renaissance galleries with frescoes, tapestries with paintings by the famous Dutch painter Rubens, and an amazing painting called "Travel of 11,000 Virgins" The Voyage of the 11,000 Virgins. 。 There are currently 33 nuns living here, and 33 chapels are scattered around the monastery.
This monastery is just east of the Oriental Square, near the Sun Gate Square. I saw several foreigners queuing outside, and then I queued up together. When I checked it with my mobile phone, I found that it was the monastery I saw in a travel note. It was still very beautiful and there were many authentic products in it. After waiting in line for a while, I realized that it would take 10 o'clock to open the door, and I had to follow the group. Now it's only 9:30, and I have to wait half an hour. I had to catch a plane at 1 p.m., so I had to give up. When I left, the two foreigners told me that the door would open soon, and I was speechless. It's really early for foreign grandparents to come.
Never thought the monastery would be so magnificent, more luxurious, the monastery is too brilliant.