The Ospedale di San Biagio, also known as the Ospedale di Santa Maria dei Servi, stood on this spot in front of Via Cartoleria until the end of the 18th Century. San Francesco Saverio lived here. The statue of the Virgin on the façade was sculpted by Andrea Ferreri, one of Mazza's pupils. The complex included such services as reception of pilgrims, health services, and a spice shop. The building still houses the Antica Farmacia del Corso.
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