San Jacinto

Museo de San Jorge

MUSEO DE SAN JORGE TOUR MONUMENTAL Stop at San Jacinto This castle/museum can easily go unnoticed by the more absent-minded visitor. It stands at one end of the Triana bridge on the banks of the Guadalquivir. Its exact date of construction is unknown, though since the taking of the city in 1248 by Ferdinand III …

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Iglesia La Estrella

IGLESIA LA ESTRELLA TOUR MONUMENTAL Stop at San Jacinto This simple chapel was specifically built in 1973 for the Penitencia de la Estrella Confraternity, the patron confraternity of port dockers. Its simple ceramic and tiled façade highlights the confraternity’s trademark luminosity.  Inside, there is a neo-Baroque altar dedicated to the Virgen de la Estrella. 10% …

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Iglesia de San Jacinto

IGLESIA SAN JACINTO TOUR MONUMENTAL Stop at San Jacinto This Baroque church, which stands parallel to the Iglesia de la Estrella, differs greatly from the latter. Opened in 1775, its enormous, ochre-coloured façade makes this building difficult to miss. It had been finished some time before, but several collapses delayed its opening. Despite these problems, …

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