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La Sang, hospital's church and yard, Palma de Mallorca
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La Sang, also called General Hospital, is a building that contains an oratory with a neo-ghotic yard and a hospital that keeps on activity nowadays. The church was built on the final years of the XVth century, late gothic style and inside it we can find the chapel of the Holy Christ of La Sang with the wooden sculpture of the Holy Cross, called the same. This image is highly venerated until our days, people use to light up candles in front to pray for the health of their relatives or themselves.

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