This is a small but active local historical church. Unlike some cathedrals and larger churches that Spain must provide, its scale is more humane and therefore more accessible (and less tiring to visit). If you like it, the altarpiece "Our Daughter of Hope" is very dramatic and well made. This is to a large extent a gorgeous, human representation of religious figures, they seem to like very much in Spain. (Although whenever I encounter such an image, I can't help but think of Madame Tussauds wax figure...) The church has given a concrete, cultural and sociological view of the belief system of mankind, regardless of a person’s What the belief system is is worthy of attention.
It’s a great chapel. It’s simple and magnificent. It’s very comfortable to look at. The decoration inside is also very comfortable and refreshing.
Llaollaoh and the building on the edge of this church were about the same time under the supervision of Bustillo, who designed the hotel. It is a simple wooden structure with beautiful light inside, and modern stained glass windows. We like to climb steep steps, but you can drive to the parking lot behind the hotel. Either way, the scenery from the top of the mountain is beautiful.
The Sailor’s Chapel was built in the 18th century. The white-style church is very different from other churches. The building has a beautiful appearance and a high bell tower. The church houses the statue of Our Lady of Hope by Triana, which is the most popular among Seville people. One of the beloved Virgin.
The white-toned church is very different from other churches. There is no historical precipitation. I thought it was just a normal building without looking at the map.
This is a simple wooden structure with beautiful light inside, and modern stained glass windows. It is one of the most beloved statues of the Virgin in Seville
Preston_Dominguez: Calle Pureza 57 | Entrando a Triana por el puente, a la izquierda se encuentra la calle Pureza., 41010 Seville, Spain
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended ,Seville Cathedral,Plaza de España,Real Alcázar de Sevilla,Tower of Gold