The Old Military Hospital in Cadiz was destined to receive and treat soldiers of the Navy. Made in Baroque style and rectangular-shaped, it is organised around three patios with arches supported by white marble columns.
The Old Military Hospital (Antiguo Hospital Militar) in Cadiz was destined to receive and treat soldiers of the Navy.
Made in Baroque style and rectangular-shaped, it began to be built next to the Hermitage of Santo Ángel in 1667. It is organised around three patios with arches supported by white marble columns.
The main façade is dedicated to the construction of the building, made of stone, consisting of two bodies decorated with shields finely worked, finishing off the set with a curved pediment. At the end of the twentieth century, the whole building underwent a major refurbishment that has modified part of its original appearance.
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