The Hospital of St. Cross near Winchester is a medieval almshouse located in Winchester, Hampshire, England. Founded between 1132 and 1136 by Henry of Blois, the Bishop of Winchester, it is described as "England's oldest and most perfect almshouse." The hospital is open to the public at certain times and is a Grade I listed building.

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St. Cross Church, Winchester, Hampshire: a brass rubbing. Coloured etching, 1792.
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