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This little chapel is perhaps the oldest church in Triana. In principle, older that the Cathedral of Santa Ana. Triana was a fishermen village and so, their devotion was paid in this church since the middle ages. It has nothing special to serve as a...More
As some other churches in Seville ( Macarena, Jesus del Gran Poder...) this is an example of traditional architecture going on in the 20th century, because of the religiosity
of Spanish society and elite, during Franco 's dictature, from 1939 ( after civil war )...More
This is a small but active local, historical church in Triana. Unlike some of the grand cathedrals and larger churches that Spain has to offer, it’s on a much more human scale, and thus more accessible (and much less tiring to visit).
The altarpiece –...More