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Marchena (Sevilla). España. Iglesia de San Juan Bautista en la Plaza del Cardenal Espínola del pueblo sevillano de Marchena
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Marchena : Michelin's recommendations


Marchena is a village in Seville’s Campiña region, at the centre of a major archaeological area where evidence of human life dating back to the Bronze Age has been found. The Moors also left their mark on the town, which experienced its heyday in the 15C-16C under the protection of the Dukes of Arcos.

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Tourist attractions Marchena : Things to see and do

  • Church of St John the Baptist Recommended Recommended

    pl. Cardenal Spinola E - 41620 Marchena

    This 15C church in the Gothic Mudéjar style has several works of art, the most remarkable being the sumptuous retable of the presbiterio, painted by Alejo Fernández and sculpted by his brother Jorge. Note the enclosures of the capilla mayor and the c..

  • Zurbarán Museum Recommended Recommended

    calle Padre Marchena 1 E - 41620 Marchena

    Nine magnificent paintings by Zurbarán remain here: Christ, the Immaculate Conception, St James, St John the Evangelist, St John the Baptist, St Paul, St Andrew and St Bartholomew. See the monstrance, some liturgical books and in another room, some i..

  • Arco de la Rosa

    E - 41620 Marchena

    This door closed by a horseshoe arch between two fine rectangular towers used to open up onto the original almohade ramparts. It was rebuilt in the 15C and a part of the wall can still be seen.

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