17 Sights in Sevilla, Spain (with Map and Images)
Explore interesting sights in Sevilla, Spain. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 17 sights are available in Sevilla, Spain.List of cities in Spain Sightseeing Tours in Sevilla
1. Castillo de San Jorge
The Castle of San Jorge was a medieval fortress built on the west bank of the Guadalquivir river in the Spanish city of Seville (Spain). It was also used as headquarters and prison for the Spanish Inquisition. It was demolished in the 19th century and made into a food market. A museum in the underground ruins focuses on the history of the castle, the Spanish Inquisition and of religious repression. Next to the food market in the Barrio de Triana, the Alley of the Inquisition, which was part of the fortifications, now connects Castilla Street with the Nuestra Señora de la O Walk.
2. Setas de Sevilla
Metropol Parasol also known as Setas de Sevilla is a structure in the form of a wooden and concrete pergola located in the central Plaza de la Encarnación of the city of Seville, in the autonomous community of Andalusia (Spain). It has dimensions of 150 meters long, 70 meters wide and an approximate height of 26 meters. Its base houses a traditional market and restaurants on the ground floor, a performance square and the archaeological museum Antiquarium. The structure is crowned with a terrace and a viewpoint that offers a panoramic view of the old town.
3. Caños de Carmona
The Caños de Carmona is a Roman aqueduct built during the first century BC to supply water from a spring in the ancient Roman city of Irippo –current Alcalá de Guadaíra– to the ancient Roman city of Hispalis –current Seville–, both in the ancient Roman province of Hispania Ulterior –current Spain–. It was later renovated and partially re-built in the twelfth century by the Almohads and it was fully operational until its demolition in 1912. Some sections survived the demolition and remain standing today.
4. Palacio Arzobispal
The Archbishop's Palace of Seville is a palace in Seville, Spain. It has served as the residence of bishops and archbishops of the episcopal sees and numerous nobleman and military figures to the present time. It is located in the southern section of Seville, in the Plaza Virgen de los Reyes, angled almost opposite the Giralda. It is situated on the northeastern side of Seville Cathedral in the neighborhood of Santa Cruz. Of Spanish Baroque architectural style, it has had the status of National Monument since 1969.
5. Monumento a la Tolerancia
The Monument to Tolerance is a monumental sculpture located in Seville (Spain) made by the sculptor and painter Eduardo Chillida (1924-2002), financed by the Friends of Sefarad Foundation, and which is installed on the Muelle de la Sal, next to the Paseo de Colón, the Triana bridge and the Guadalquivir River. The monument was inaugurated in 1992, coinciding with the celebration of the Universal Exhibition of Seville.
6. Monumento a Pastora Imperio
The Monument to Pastora Imperio is dedicated to this artist of flamenco and cinema of the twentieth century. It is the work of sculptor Luis Álvarez Duarte and is located at the intersection of Velázquez and O'Donnell streets in Seville, Andalusia, Spain. It was made thanks to the full patronage of the XVIII Duchess of Alba. It opened in 2006.
7. Monumento a Juan Pablo II
The monument to John Paul II, is a bronze statue on pedestal located in the Plaza Virgen de los Reyes in Seville, Andalusia, Spain. The monument is a gesture of the city to John Paul II, who visited Seville in 1982, in the beatification of Angela de la Cruz, and in 1993, when to close the XLV International Eucharistic Congress.
Wikipedia: Monumento a Juan Pablo II (Sevilla) (ES), Website
8. Antonio Machín
Antonio Abad Lugo Machín was a Spanish-Cuban singer and musician. His version of El Manisero, recorded in New York, 1930, with Don Azpiazú's orchestra, was the first million record seller for a Cuban artist. Although this was labelled a rhumba, it was in reality a son pregón, namely, a song based on a street-seller's cry.
9. Monumento a Martínez Montañés
The monument to Martínez Montañés is an urban sculpture that is located in the Plaza del Salvador, in Seville, Andalusia, Spain. It is dedicated to the sculptor Juan Martínez Montañés (1568-1649), who settled in the city and became one of the greatest exponents of the Sevillian school of sculpture.
10. Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de la Paz
The hospital of Our Lady of Peace of Seville, also known as asylum of San Juan de Dios, is an old hospital whose construction began in the sixteenth century, is listed as an Asset of Cultural Interest. It is located in the center of the city, with facades to Plaza del Salvador and Sagasta Street.
Wikipedia: Hospital de Nuestra Señora de la Paz (Sevilla) (ES), Website
11. Fernando el Santo
The monument to San Fernando is a monument dedicated to Ferdinand III of Castile, conqueror of Seville in 1248 and declared a saint by the Catholic Church in 1671. It was made by several artists and is located in Plaza Nueva, in the Arenal neighborhood, Casco Antiguo district.
The Giraldillo is the popular name given to the sculpture of female form that crowns the Giralda of Seville. He received the names of Faith, Triumph of the Church, Colossus of Victorious Faith, or Allegory of the Strength of Faith. It was made in 1568 by Bartolomé Morel.
13. Casa de los Pinelo
la casa de los pinelo is a Renaissance building located in the historic center of the city of Seville in the Spanish autonomous region of Andalusia. It is currently home to the Royal Academy of Art in Seville and the St Elizabeth's Sinking Academy of Art.
14. Capilla de Montesión
The Chapel of Our Lady of the Rosary, known as Capilla de Monte-Sion, is a temple of Catholic worship located on Calle Feria, Seville, Andalusia, Spain. It was built in a former Dominican convent. It is the canonical seat of the Brotherhood of Mount Zion.
15. Capilla del Sagrario
The tabernacle of Seville Cathedral is a Baroque religious temple located on the avenue of the city's Constitution. It is integrated into a large block of cathedrals, its parish service management, orange courtyards and other ancillary buildings.
16. Capilla Real
The Royal Chapel of the Cathedral of Seville, (Spain), is located at the head of the Cathedral of Seville, and in it are buried, among other members of royalty, the monarchs Ferdinand III of Castile, Alfonso X of Castile and Pedro I of Castile.
17. Iglesia de San Buenaventura
St. Buenaventura's Church is situated in the calle Carlos Cañal in the Casco Antiguo of Seville, Andalusia, Spain. It was the church of the Franciscan College of San Buenaventura that was destroyed in the 19th century.
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