The Royal Monastery of Saint Isabel is situated on a large corner plot close to Atocha. It accommodates two foundations, a girls school founded by Philip II and an enclosed convent of Augustinian Recollects nuns founded by the wife of Philip III, Margaret of Austria.
The church’s architecture, the work of Gómez de Mora, dates from the mid 18th century. The convent contains many paintings from the 17th and 18th centuries, including works by Salvador Maella and Vicente Carducho.
Access to the church only during times of worship.
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