It's very near Santo Tome, so if you've been to see the Burial of Count Ortaz you can easily walk a short distance down the hill afterwards and see the sort of domestic world the artist lived in - the sort of rooms and furniture, kitchen equipment and books - that he would have known. Like the building, they are all of the right period and place. The gardens are lovely too.
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