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  • 1 Santa Paula Convent Interesting

    Religious buildings

    calle Santa Paula 11 E - 41003 Sevilla

    Founded at the end of the 15C it is one of most attractive and rich convents within Seville. Its elegant 17C belfry wall encourages you to visit. Finished in 1504 by Niculoso Pisano, the facade of the church is superb but the interior is far from bei..

  • 2 The Saviour's Church Interesting

    Religious buildings

    Plaza del Salvador s/n E - 41004 Sevilla

    This church stands majestically on the site of the old great mosque. Its construction lasted until 1712 and many artists were involved in building it such as José Granados and Leonardo de Figueroa. The monumental interior contains the most attractive..

  • 3 Palacio de Lebrija Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    calle Cuna 8 E - 41004 Sevilla

    A visit to this private residence, so typical of Seville, gives an idea of the organisation of Seville's palaces and has a unique surprise: the pavement is made of magnificentRoman mosaicsfrom Itálica. Those in the patio and in the octagonal room are..

  • 4 San José Chapel Interesting

    Religious buildings

    calle Jovellanos 10 E - 41004 Sevilla

    This delightful chapel is a masterpiece of the Baroque in Seville from the end of the 17C. On the corner of Sierpes and Jovellanos streets, you will see the facade (18C) and its conspicuous belfry wall decorated with tiles in a clear blue colour. St ..

  • 5 Isla Mágica Interesting

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    Isla de la Cartuja E - 42092 Sevilla

    Divided into seven zones around a man-made lake, this theme park is based on the theme of great discoveries. Note in particular El Balcón de Andalucía (The Viewpoint of Andalusia), 10 000m2 representing Andalusia's 100 most important monuments and la..

  • 6 La Cartuja-Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo Interesting

    Museums and art

    Avda Américo Vespucio 2 E - 41092 Sevilla

    This building with a curious blend of architectural styles was founded in the late 14C and has a splendid past, once being visited by Christopher Columbus, who prepared his second voyage to the Americas here. In the 19C, Napoleon's troops made it int..

  • 7 La Maestranza Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Paseo de Colón 12 E - 41001 Sevilla

    Built between 1758 and 1881, Seville's famous white and yellow bullrings are different from others inthat they are not completely round. They can accommodate almost 13 000 spectators and are among the oldest in Spain. The visit takes in the bullrings..

  • 8 Basilica of the Macarena Interesting

    Religious buildings

    calle Bécquer 1 E - 41002 Sevilla

    It contains the most famous statue Seville La Macarena, one of the representations of the protective Virgin of the town carved in the17C by an unknown artist. The people of Seville say that only an angel can know the origins of such a masterpiece. It..

  • 9 Nuestro Padre Jesús del Gran Poder Interesting

    Religious buildings

    Plaza San Lorenzo 13 E - 41002 Sevilla

    Adjoining the 13C church of St Lawrence, altered in the 17C, this modern sanctuary (1965) contains the superb statue of The All-powerful Christ (Jesús del Gran Poder, 1620). This masterpiece by Juan de Mesa, surrounded by red carnations devotedly lef..

  • 10 Town hall Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Plaza Nueva 1 E - 41001 Sevilla

    On Plaza Nueva stands the extremely plain neo-Classical west façade, created in the 19C; at theother end, the beautiful16C east facadeby Diego de Riaño looks over Plaza San Francisco. It is in the purest Plateresque style and has an exquisite Classic..

  • 11 Triana Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    C/ Rodrigo de Triana E - 41010 Sevilla

    Traditionally the district of sailors and potters, it is also the cradle of bullfighters and flamenco singers. On the Altozano square stands a monument in honour of Juan Belmonte, a famous figure in the history of bullfighting. Don't miss seeing Beti..

  • 12 Santa Ana

    Religious buildings

    C/ Pureza E - 41010 Sevilla

    Founded par Alfonso X the Wise, it is the oldest church in Seville. On the outside, save for the Mudejar inspired tower, there is no precise style as a result of all the changes made over the centuries. The interior brings together a number of works ..

  • 13 Betis Street

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    C/ Betis E - 41010 Sevilla

    Here you can see Triana from across the river. Wander down this street and enjoy the wonderful views of the opposite bank. Traditionally inhabited by sailors, with its spruce little houses and bars, the whole area is charming and refined. In the even..

  • 14 Chapel of the Patronage

    Religious buildings

    calle Castilla 162 E - 41001 Sevilla

    In this chapel situated to the east of the Triana district, especially venerated is the Dying Christ, better known under the name of «El Cachorro», a masterpiece of the end of the 17C sculpted by Francisco Antonio Gijón. It is said that the artist wa..

  • 15 Hospital of the Five Wounds, or Blood

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    calle Parlamento de Andalucía s/n E - 41009 Sevilla

    This large, sober, Renaissance-style building that gives onto a (somewhat plain) square was until the 1950s the city's main hospital. It is currently the seat of the Andalusian Parliament. This two-storey building has balanced proportions and large t..

  • 16 Santa Marina

    Religious buildings

    C/ San Luis 31 E - 41003 Sevilla

    This brick church from the 14C has a simple ogive stone doorway with a small sculpted decoration and a Mudejar tower wholly topped with crenellations Go around the church to admire its attractive buttresses and the large Gothic bays of the chevet.

  • 17 San Marcos

    Religious buildings

    pl. de San Marcos 7 E - 41003 Sevilla

    The elegant 14C façade of this church perfectly blends Gothic and Mudejar elements. The Giralda was quite clearly an influence on the superbMudejar tower. Apart from the Gothic stone doorway, the whole construction is in brick. Three 18C statues and ..

  • 18 Sierpes street

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    C/ Sierpes E - 41004 Sevilla

    This large pedestrianised street is no doubt the most famous and the busiest in Seville. In the afternoon, the animation reaches its peak, as the people of Seville wander about happily window-shopping or having a bite to eat in apastelería. At the en..

  • 19 Don Fadrique's tower

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    C/ Santa Clara E - 41002 Sevilla

    This is the only remains of the palace of Don Fadrique. This crenellated tower built in the 13C is in the transitional Romanesque and Gothic style.

  • 20 Alameda de Hércules

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Alameda de Hércules E - 41002 Sevilla

    At each end of this grand promenade designed in the 16C are two columns: those at the north end, placed there in the 18C, support two lions bearing coats of arms, those at the south end are Roman and crowned with statues of Hercules andJulius Cesar. ..

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