Really didn't care for this museum at all, but that's probably because I have little interest in medieval or baroque art, which makes up the majority of the collection. Signs are only in Spanish, with a heavily catholic slant, not surprising given the location.
I did enjoy the courtyard, with the sepulchers of patrons from the XVII century, and imagining what monastic life would have been like 300+ years ago.
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