Casa de los Pisa, also known as the the San Juan de Dios Museum or the Museum of St. John of God, was built by the the Pisa family sometime during the 15th century. The family is well known for taking in St. John as he recovered from his illness, and then allowing him to use their home to set up a charitable hospital for the weak and poor. St. John finally died here on March 8, 1550, at which point the Pisa family carefully preserved his furniture and belongings and lasting documentation of his life. The house was purchased by the enduring Hospitaller Order of St. John in the 19th century and is to this day perhaps the most important museum of its kind in the Andalusia Region.
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