6 Sights in Carmona, Spain (with Map and Images)


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Welcome to your journey through the most beautiful sights in Carmona, Spain! Whether you want to discover the city's historical treasures or experience its modern highlights, you'll find everything your heart desires here. Be inspired by our selection and plan your unforgettable adventure in Carmona. Dive into the diversity of this fascinating city and discover everything it has to offer.

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1. Iglesia de San Pedro

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Iglesia de San Pedro Paul VanDerWerf / CC BY 2.0

The church of San Pedro de Carmona, province of Seville, is a parish church built in the fifteenth century, although it was renovated in the eighteenth century. It is located next to the Puerta de Sevilla of the old wall.

Wikipedia: Iglesia de San Pedro (Carmona) (ES)

2. Anfiteatro romano de Carmona

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The Carmona Amphitheater is located in the city of Carmona, province of Seville, Andalusia, Spain. It is dated to the first century BC. In 1973, it was donated to the state by its owners, the Counts of Rodezno. It is located next to the necropolis and the Via Augusta, being listed as a monument in 1978. The first excavations were carried out by George Bonsor and J. Fernández López in 1885.

Wikipedia: Anfiteatro romano de Carmona (ES)

3. Iglesia del Salvador

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Iglesia del Salvador

The Church of the Divine Saviour, in Carmona, stands within the historic precinct of the city, in the Plaza de Cristo Rey, in the heart of its monumental area; close to the church of Santa María and the Plaza de San Fernando, its traditional civic center.

Wikipedia: Iglesia del Divino Salvador (Carmona) (ES)

4. Convento de Santa Clara

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Convento de Santa Clara is located in Carmona, Spain. Founded in 1460, it was one of the first to be built in the convent architecture style of the city. It enjoyed papal and royal privileges throughout its history. Design changes in the 15th through18th centuries, preserved without undergoing major changes, distorted the structure considerably from its original appearance. The church and cloister are important examples of Andalusian Moorish architecture of the early 16th century. The Mudéjar church underwent renovation in 1664 in the Baroque style. Six depictions of the life of St Clare are by Juan de Valdés Leal. Twelve virgin saints from the workshop of Francisco de Zurbarán line the walls of the nave.

Wikipedia: Convento de Santa Clara (Carmona) (EN)

5. Museo Ciudad de Carmona

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The Museum of the City of Carmona is a museum of archaeology and history in the city of Carmona, province of Seville, Spain. It houses a varied collection of pieces from prehistoric times to the present day.

Wikipedia: Museo de la Ciudad de Carmona (ES)

6. Alcázar del rey Don Pedro

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The Alcázar del Rey Don Pedro is the Royal Alcazar of Carmona. The complex is officially called Alcázar de Arriba and Puerta de Marchena. Another name is Alcázar de la Puerta de Marchena. It is located in the municipality of Carmona, (Seville) Spain. This building was built by Pedro I of Castile, as was the Palace of Pedro I of the Real Alcázar of Seville.

Wikipedia: Alcázar del rey Don Pedro (ES)


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