The Carlos de Amberes Foundation, a private non-profit cultural organization, develops programs and activities in the arts and sciences. It is devoted to safekeeping the historical ties and strengthening the cultural links between Spain and the former Seventeen Provinces of the Low Countries (nowadays Benelux and North of France) and reflecting on the European construction. It is also registered as an R+D Centre for its studies on the early modern history of Europe. It was established in 1594 by Carlos de Amberes, a native of the city of Antwerp. Its Board of Trustees is chaired by the King of Spain and is composed of Spanish and European authorities.
The Foundation welcomes corporate donations, grants and sponsorship. It is sponsored by the Ramón Areces Foundation.
Learn more about our R+D Centre, our Board of Trustees and The Martyrdom of Saint Andrew. Click the tabs above to learn more about our activities,our history and our venue and how to hire it for your corporate our private events.
Virtual visit (by Andrés Valentín-Gamazo / Enredart.com)