The Montemadrid Foundation, the Cabildo de la Colegiata de San Isidoro de León and the Junta de Castilla y León have unveiled the new spaces and the tour of the new Museum of San Isidoro de León, whose civil works have been completed.  The project, designed by Frade Arquitectos has increased the exhibition space from 1,200 m² to 3,200 m², and has added improvements that will make San Isidoro a museum of reference and a fully accessible space. San Isidoro de León is one of Spain’s architectural and Romanesque jewels and contains one of the most important medieval treasures in Europe, with pieces such as the chalice of Doña Urraca and the Romanesque paintings of the Royal Pantheon.

Image: Pablo Gomez Ogando