Church of Santa Ana - Seville


This church was founded under Alfonso X, Alfonso the Wise, and built between 1270 and 1284, in the midst of the Gothic period. It is the oldest in the Triana district. Following the 1755 earthquake it was revamped in the Baroque style and only regained its Mediaeval appearance in 1970. Inside you will find a chancel placed in the middle of the central nave, an altarpiece in the Plateresque style and 15 paintings on wood executed by Pedro de Campana. The tombstone of Don Inigo Gonzalez, a work by Niculoso Pisano, is also worth a look.


Address : c/ Vazquez de Leca, 1 41010 Seville Spain

Phone : +34 954270885

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