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Oratorio de San Felipe Neri

Calle Santa Ines S/N, 11003 Cadiz, Spain
+34 662 64 22 33
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Baroque architecture and History of Constitution Law

This is a fine example of Andalusian baroque architecture. It is a church with elliptical inside... read more

Reviewed 9 August 2017
Helsinki, Finland
Excellent for School Groups

Very well recieved and an excellent visit for all groups wanting to know about the history of Cádiz... read more

Reviewed 3 May 2017
Casandra S
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  • Terrible1%
8 Aug 2017
“Baroque architecture and History of Constitution Law”
3 May 2017
“Excellent for School Groups”
Calle Santa Ines S/N, 11003 Cadiz, Spain
+34 662 64 22 33
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Reviewed 9 August 2017

This is a fine example of Andalusian baroque architecture. It is a church with elliptical inside. It was also the meeting place when the Constitutional Law of Spain was made. It is located in the centre of Cádiz but it is little bit hard to...More

Thank AriHelsinki
Reviewed 3 May 2017

Very well recieved and an excellent visit for all groups wanting to know about the history of Cádiz and Spain.

Thank Casandra S
Reviewed 30 April 2017

Has political significance only: it was here that in 1812 a collection of progressive citizens drafted and proclaimed Spain's first liberal constitution.

Thank WilliamErwin
Reviewed 19 November 2016

We have seen over 200 cathedrals and churches on our visits to Europe. The is church is very Spanish, very Catholic and decorated in a garish manor except for the ceiling which is quite nice. Unlike other viewers, i entered the Oratorio on a Sunday...More

Thank sentellr
Reviewed 19 October 2016

Very Spanish and deeply religious, pop in and spend some time marvelling.Its easy to stumble across and well worth a visit.

Thank diddleymaz
Reviewed 4 July 2016

Walking past "the smell of Catholicism" wafted out. The cool if muggy interior houses a delightful dome and some beautiful art and a great ambiance. Piped choral music added tastefully to the experience.

Thank Sm0ky
Reviewed 2 July 2016

The Oratorio was originally a church which at some point was used as the congress house to sigh their famous Spanish constitution known as La Pepa. The guides will offer a very interesting historical narrative of the history of the church and the city. Great...More

Thank MariaMechi
Reviewed 20 May 2016

Before I entered this small church I asked at the door if the information about the church was in English. The person at the front desk pointed to a sign which was indeed in English. So we paid our 3 Euros each and entered. Sadly...More

Thank Mark W
Reviewed 14 May 2016

We came here because it was next door to the Museo de las Cortes. However, where that one was free and excellent, this one cost €3 and we weren't sure why. There are the usual selection of side chapels to look at, but little information...More

Thank madamedefarge
Reviewed 23 April 2016 via mobile

Not recommended unless you are really interested in this particular building. You can see similar arts in numerous other European churches easily for free.

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