Real Hospicio de San Fernando

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Royal Hospice of San Fernando
Native name
Spanish: Real Hospicio de San Fernando
Primera Casa de Socorro en Madrid.jpg
Location Madrid, Spain
Coordinates 40°25′33″N 3°42′03″W / 40.42581°N 3.700837°W / 40.42581; -3.700837Coordinates: 40°25′33″N 3°42′03″W / 40.42581°N 3.700837°W / 40.42581; -3.700837
Official name: Real Hospicio de San Fernando
Type Non-movable
Criteria Monument
Designated 1919[1]
Reference no. RI-51-0000169
Real Hospicio de San Fernando is located in Spain
Real Hospicio de San Fernando
Location of Royal Hospice of San Fernando in Spain

The Royal Hospice of San Fernando (Spanish: Real Hospicio de San Fernando) is a hospice located in Madrid, Spain. It was declared Bien de Interés Cultural in 1919.[1]

Among the boys from poor families living there in the 19th Century was Pablo Iglesias, who would later become a founder of Socialism in Spain, and Iglesias' younger brother who would die young of tuberculosis.

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