This former monastery and clinic is where Vincent Van Gogh was confined from 1889 to 1890. It’s now a psychiatric hospital for women, which specializes in art therapy. You can’t see the artist’s actual cell, but there is a reconstruction of his room, which is quite evocative. The Romanesque chapel and cloisters are worth a visit in their own right, as Van Gogh depicted their circular arches and beautifully carved capitals in some of his paintings. Twenty-one reproductions of Van Gogh’s paintings from the period he resided here dot a marked path between the town center and the site (east of av. Vincent Van Gogh). Interestingly, many of the reproductions are placed in the exact area where the artistic genius painted them.