Chapel of San Antonio de la Florida
Discover Madrid's secret places through the painting of Francisco de Goya. In the Moncloa-Aravaca neighbourhood is the only surviving chapel of the three that used to exist dedicated to Saint Anthony of Padua. A neo-classical building is listed as a national monument, conserving all its value inside.
In 1798, the year in which it was completed, Goya painted "The Adoration of the Trinity" and, in the dome, portrayed "The Miracle of Saint Anthony of Padua". As a curiosity, in order to preserve its paintings, in the early 20th century a twin chapel was built beside it to use for worship, leaving the original building as a museum and pantheon to the artist with the same gravestone as he had in the cemetery at Bordeaux, where he died.