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Dating from 1466 but extensively restored in the 18th Century when the Sacremental Chapel was also constructed. This is a beautiful church which is richly adorned. It is located just outside the walled town. The beautiful interior is well worth the €1 admission.
Like many other churches around the world, San Pedro also closed its doors in front of us. When you have limited time in a town, it is just pure luck if you find a church open. It’s a pity since I planned to go up...More
This is the first major structure with history you see as you enter the old town and had a magnificent tower and an impressive structure. It is just outside the Alcazar Puerta De Sevilla. Built in the 15th century the tower is a replica of...More
But the outside is well worth the small detour, especially the tower, which resembles the Giralda, and the complex with the monastery is quite impressive. Sadly, the church has very limited opening hours, so having a look inside is rather difficult.
This church lies just outside the historic centre and the Puerta de Savilla. The bell tower is its most obvious striking feature as the rest of the church is rather buried in the modern urban fabric that surrounds it. It is only open 19.00 to...More