The Museo de Bellas Artes de Sevilla [Museum of Fine Arts of Seville] is a wonderful art museum with mainly Spanish visual arts of several centuries and displaying superb works from the Golden Age of Sevillian painting by famous artists such as Velázquez & Murillo. The museum was founded in 1839 in a redundant convent and the building is worth seeing too. They will insist on you using the safe lockers for your bags and cameras when you check in (which is wise) and don’t forget to show your passport as entry is free to EU citizens. Recommended, even though the majority of the paintings are of religious subjects. Many are worthily pious paintings but there are lots of examples of inspirationally good masterpieces. Besides, whatever you see (including the building) still merits the experience of going to this museum.
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