This neoclassical chapel is a small, intimate space where you can enjoy the work of one of Spain's great painters up close. Ceiling frescoes, painted by Francisco de Goya, portray the miracles of St. Anthony; look closely and you'll see elements of a grungy Spanish street life portrayed in contrast to the usual frescoes of the day, with dogs, prostitutes, and children. Goya himself (minus his head) is buried in a tomb here, although most of your time will be devoted to staring up at his masterpieces.
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