Thanks to this museum, you will understand Sevillian baroque painting a little better, so if you like art and painting in particular, you should visit the 'Museo de Bellas Artes de Sevilla'. In this building, you'll find works by some of the most important Andalusian painters such as 'Valdés Leal', 'Zurbarán' and 'Murillo'. The 'Museo de Bellas Artes' is one of the most important museums in Spain. The building was opened during the 17th century, but in that period it was opened as a convent known as the 'Orden Merced Calzada' which was founded by 'San Pedro Nolasco'. The current museum was subsequently located here, which focuses on Sevillian painting from the 15th to the 20th century. In any case, you'll also find a collection from Medieval times and romantic paintings. The 'Museo de Bellas Artes' is located at number 9 in the 'plaza del Museo', of the old town.
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