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Iglesia Santa Ana

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Plaza de la Iglesia de Santa Ana 1D, 29300 Archidona Spain
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The Washington Irving route is configured as a vital link between Seville and Granada, two essential cities of the Hispanic-Muslim civilization.<br><br>The itinerary relives the path followed by horsemen in 1829 the romantic American writer who gives title to the route, captivated by the exotic glow and the copious abundance of the "Arab" vestiges of Andalusia.<br>An exceptional and totally private trip. Endorsed by the Andalusian Legacy institution.
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tollycobbold wrote a review Nov 2015
Archidona, Spain30 contributions12 helpful votes
At the end of my street,childrens plat area ,but quiet. Nest to Curch of Santa Ana.Its a 10 minute walk to the centre.
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Date of experience: November 2015
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BennyMalaga wrote a review Feb 2013
Malaga, Spain89,413 contributions3,517 helpful votes
The main altarpiece was created in the middle of the 18th century and is gilded. In the center of the altar there is the figure of the Virgin of the Rosary and there is also a sculpture of Santa Ana showing the Virgin Mary how to read. On either side are polychromed statues of St. Peter and St. Paul. The choir has 24 chairs that were carved from wood in the beginning of the 18th century. On one side of the altar is a large format painting, the Lamentation over the Dead Christ, painted by the local artist Eugenio Lafuente in 1927 when he was studying in Rome. The pulpit is Neoclassic. There are four side altars on either side of the main nave, which contain many historic statues.
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Date of experience: February 2013
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