Recinte Modernista de Sant Pau
Recinte Modernista de Sant Pau
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  • Sant Pau – Dos de Maig • 3 phút đi bộ
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Quesitomg
Pineda de Mar, Tây Ban Nha38 đóng góp
5,0 trên 5 bong bóng
thg 7 năm 2024 • Gia đình
A very pleasant and surprising surprise, it is very interesting to know the history of these spaces in our city, very close to Sagrada Familia, a beautiful and very touristic area.
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Đã viết vào 13 tháng 7, 2024
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plan09
Lakewood Ranch, FL2.650 đóng góp
5,0 trên 5 bong bóng
thg 6 năm 2024 • Cặp đôi
Wow! So glad we decided to see this spot.
Walked in for tickets, no crowds, manageable size to see, spectacular architecture!
So worth the time.
Đã viết vào 11 tháng 7, 2024
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BTS1972
Munich, Đức3.519 đóng góp
5,0 trên 5 bong bóng
thg 7 năm 2024 • Bạn bè
This older hospital was fully designed and built in art nouveau or Jugendstil style. Simply a must see. The place is connected to the metro net, so getting there is no problem. From here, you can then walk downhill to Sagrada Familia. As UNESCO heritage, the place is highly frequented, so better book tickets in advance and for early morning. On sundays, seniors (65+) are granted free entrance. One of the highlights of Barcelona.
Đã viết vào 9 tháng 7, 2024
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Julia1972
Moscow, Nga1.729 đóng góp
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thg 5 năm 2024 • Bạn bè
Holy Cross and Saint Paul Hospital / Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau or, as it is short called, São Pau Hospital.

What do I tell you about Sang Pau? If you weren't, make sure you go. It's as good as houses from Gaudí. It's probably wrong to say what's best. They're different and it's worth watching. Only, for example, in the house of Baglio you will follow a clear course shoulder to shoulder with all the numerous tourists, without straying from the route and time cycle allocated for inspection, and tickets must be taken in advance. And there are no crowds at the hospital, tickets can be taken directly on the spot, or on the website the same day we did. Then you take the auidogids (in Russian there are also) and go ahead. Mapu (map) would also be nice to take, or it is better to read a little in advance, so as not to go guessing where here and what is, and where to go next.

Let's start with a brief summary.
The architect is Luis Domenec y Montaner, who is the author of the famous Palace of Catalan Music. By the way, parallels in both complexes can be seen, this can then be seen in an exhibition in one of the pavilions of the former hospital (a beautiful exhibition, it must be said).

Now a little history.
The history of the Hospital of the Holy Cross and St. Paul began not in the modern era, but as far back as 1401, when it was decided to merge the six hospitals that existed in Barcelona at that time, which were in a very bad state (also because of the plague that had decimated a decent number of the population). Then it was just Holy Cross Hospital. Later it was constantly undergoing reconstruction and modernization until the beginning of the 20th century, but by that point the effort was not enough, as by the end of the 19th century the situation with the main medical centre of Barcelona was almost critical. And it was helped by a banker named Pau Gilles, who bequeathed half of the proceeds of the liquidation of his banking business to build a new hospital. And according to the will, treatment in this hospital was primarily to the poor. Well, there were bankers back then. Also according to its will, the hospital was named "Holy Cross and St. Paul's Hospital or San Pau (also, by the way, logically, Paul - aka Pau). And the construction was entrusted... no, not to Gaudí, but to his tribesman and contemporary Montaner. Except he didn't have time to complete the project, first he ran out of money, and when they appeared, his son was finishing the work.

The hospital's modernist hospital was radically different from its ageing hospitals. Conditions for patients and staff were created in each building: large panoramic windows with good natural light, advanced ventilation system - constant air exchange. For the convenience of the medics, all the buildings were connected by a network of underground tunnels, which were used to transport patients (by the way, you can walk through them, and see how everything was arranged). But there's not much outside that resembles a hospital. Luxurious, quaintly decorated buildings, magnificent decor – towers, sculptures, ceramics, stained glass windows. Magnificent garden and courtyard, drowned in greenery and flowers. Anyway, Montaner and his comrades worked hard.

For a long time the Santa Creu and Sant Pau complex was considered a reference, but over time it became irrelevant, so in 2009 it moved back to the northern part and the old premises were partially restored and opened to the public. São Pau now functions as a museum and cultural centre - Sant Pau Recinte Modernista - and is also on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Now about what you can see there. If you look at the plan (mock-up), you can see that the housings are mirrored relative to each other. The pavilions on the right are for male patients and have male names: San Jordi, San Salvador, San Leopold, San Rafael, San Manuel. The pavilions on the left are for women: the names of Saints Apolonia, Purissime, Carme, Mercé and Montserrat. On the center - operation building and administrative.

At the San Salvador Pavilion, you can explore the history of São Paulo in an exhibition that covers the period from 1401 to the beginning of the 21st century.

The San Rafael Pavilion takes you back in time: you can see here what a hospital room looked like in 1920, and indeed what medicine was like in Barcelona at the beginning of the 20th century.

But the most beautiful building in the hospital is, of course, the administrative building. Its lobby is full of paintings, sculptures and lush pink marble columns.

There's another little nuance. The São Paulo Hospital opens on a straight street to Sagrada Familia – only 1km separates them. They built up, by the way, instantly, so to speak, towards each other. Then it's true that there was no such dense development here or there, as the photographs clearly show. And doctors in general had to use portables to get here and through construction buerakas to get to the clinic. How it all happened evolved – you can watch and read on the stands in the exhibition complex. In general, I recommend anyone who is interested in history and loves the art of Art Nouveau, especially Catalan.
Đã viết vào 30 tháng 6, 2024
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Milena V
21 đóng góp
5,0 trên 5 bong bóng
thg 11 năm 2023 • Cặp đôi
Designed by the same architect as the Palau de la Musica Catalana, this hospital was commissioned by a rich banker and its peculiarity is that it was among the first divided into several pavilions with different departments, connected by underground passages.

The principle on which the internal and external architecture is based, as well as the composition of the large gardens, is that a beautiful, well-kept environment, full of greenery, can contribute to the healing of the sick, or at least alleviate their suffering.

Some pavilions can be visited: they have been renovated and present how the departments originally looked.
The one dedicated to the administration is simply spectacular, with different ceilings, columns covered in majolica, and stained glass windows.
One of them overlooks the Sagrada Familia, which is only 500 meters away.

Gaudí died in this hospital after being hit by a tram. The staff recognized who he was only after 3 days.

Today the actual hospital has obviously been expanded and moved to new buildings; the original ones host associations dedicated to the promotion of art, culture and health.

From the end of November the gardens host the Christmas village: they are carefully decorated to create a magical atmosphere.
Đánh giá về: Skip the Line: Sant Pau Recinte Modernista Entrance Ticket in Barcelona
Đã viết vào 17 tháng 6, 2024
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IWchile
Santiago, Chile148 đóng góp
5,0 trên 5 bong bóng
An excellent visit! The area is easy to navigate and very quiet. The bookstore at the exit is very interesting. It has a couple of problems with the signage but in general it is easy to get around! The audio guide is not necessary. It has the same information as the panels.
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Đã viết vào 12 tháng 6, 2024
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Doc687
Rochester, MN221 đóng góp
5,0 trên 5 bong bóng
thg 6 năm 2024 • Cặp đôi
If you are interested in medical history, this is a great find in Barcelona. Originally designed by a colleague of Gaudi, Montaner designed the first hospital complex in 1401. This complex was very innovative with patient care offering healing gardens and recovery salons where patients could rest in elegant sunlit salons. The buildings are Art Nouveau style with Moorish influences. The grounds and buildings are being restored and are beautiful and worth your time.
Đã viết vào 9 tháng 6, 2024
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Paul
Preston, UK14 đóng góp
5,0 trên 5 bong bóng
thg 6 năm 2024 • Bạn bè
The was a recommendation from a travel guide really liked it. Lovely architecture and gardens. No too busy. Interesting history of the hospital and its Modernist architecture.
Đã viết vào 6 tháng 6, 2024
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SB
Rochester, NY89 đóng góp
5,0 trên 5 bong bóng
thg 6 năm 2024 • Cặp đôi
This UNESCO site is a beautiful treasure: a gorgeous campus with an outstanding tour of its fascinating history. The audio tour is highly recommended to understand as much as possible about this facility’s origins, architecture, practices and philosophy. Do not miss.
Đã viết vào 3 tháng 6, 2024
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schmutaki
New Jersey3.601 đóng góp
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The beauty of the buildings here is wonderful. There is so much to see here the architecture is wonderful. Not Gaudi but impressive nonetheless. We spent about an hour wandering the several buildings open to the public. Hard to believe this was a hospital. Not to be missed
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