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  • 1 Walls Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    E - 17488 Palma del Río

    Built in the 12 and once part of the long Almohade city walls. A good part still remain, mainly the sturdy square towers and a large octagonal watchtower.

  • 2 Plaza de Andalucía

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    pl. de Andalucia E - 17488 Palma del Río

    On the main square in Palma del Río stands the Town Hall, post office and law court. Note the 16C Puerta del Sol and Renaissance balcony that were part of Portacarrero Palace, to the right after the archway, overlooking the belltower of the Church of..

  • 3 Palma del Río Municipal Museum

    Museums and art

    E - 17488 Palma del Río

    Housed in the former royal stables, this museum is divided into four sections: archaeology, ethnology (basketmaking, pottery, tools), fine arts (local painters) and bullfighting, the latter showcasing the area's most famous native, the matador El Cor..

  • 4 Church of the Ascension

    Religious buildings

    E - 17488 Palma del Río

    Church dating back to the 18C. Note the fine tower that is like many buildings in Ecija, and stands in the centre of the façade, above the redbrick baroque portal. The decoration on the belltower wall (miniature, twisted and Greek columns) is covered..

  • 5 San Francisco

    Religious buildings

    E - 17488 Palma del Río

    Founded in the 16C, this convent was modified in the 17C and 18C. Outside, the domes of the lateral chapels and transept bring volume to the building. A hostel stands next to the church.

  • 6 San Sebastián Hospital

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    E - 17488 Palma del Río

    This retirement home has a fine patio and church with a Mudéjar influenced church. Inside, an interesting retable of the Virgin of Sorrows and a fine base of azulejos and Mudéjar coffer ceiling in one of the chapels.

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