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The Fundación Carlos de Amberes is situated in a historic building at the heart of the most elegant area in Madrid: the “Golden Mile” of the Salamanca district, one square mile of high-end designer clothes, jeweleries, galleries and cultural foundations. Built in 1876, this former church has been declared Monument of Cultural Interest.

The beauty of its space, a stunning chapel presided over by The Martyrdom of Saint Andrew (the masterpiece painted by Rubens for the Foundation around 1636), and its aisles, auditorium and terrace, combined with its exceptional location, constitute the ideal surrounding for cultural activities such as exhibitions, concerts and conferences, as well as corporate events.

See the Spanish version to know more about renting our spaces for corporate events (we will soon upload an English version as well).

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(Virtual visit by Andrés Valentín-Gamazo / Enredart.com)