It is a typical Mudejar style, but in fact it was built in the 18th century like the main facade of the church. At the time, it was considered a very "retro" design, with many precious treasures inside.
There is a famous set of tiles on the outer wall of San Pedro’s church depicting people suffering in purgatory so they can eventually get into heaven. I love the way that nobody seems to be in real torment; some appear irritated while others merely look bemused, as if they were at a rather peculiar cocktail party, naked, and flames happened to break out. The artist always tucked in a small bird as his signature. Legend has it that if you can spot the bird in this scene, you’ll soon be married.
The facade of the church might not be so impressive, but the stunning altarpiece built in the 17th century is worth the visit.
There are many very quaint little churches here, which are very charming.
The Church of San Pedro, located in the center of Seville, is a landmark building in Seville. The interior of the church is simple and atmospheric, giving people a sense of holiness. The church has a very important position in the hearts of local believers.
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