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Museo Nacional del Prado

Premier art gallery holding over 7,000 works

Designed on the orders of Charles III in 1785, the National Museum of Painting and Sculpture opened its doors to the public in 1819 to exhibit works of the Spanish royal collection. Now holding more than 7,000 paintings, visitors can explore historic works of Spanish royalty by masters such as Velázquez, the dark and mysterious oil paintings by Goya and grand pieces of art by European masters such as Pieter Bruegel, Hieronymous Bosch and Peter Paul Rubens.

 

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