Capilla De San Jose, Seville

Capilla De San Jose, Seville - Address, Phone Number

Address: Calle Jovellanos, 10, 41001 Sevilla, Spain

Phone: +34-954223242

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Time Required: 00:30 Mins

Timings: 09:30 am - 08:30 pm Details

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About Capilla De San Jose, Seville

Managed by the Franciscan order, this 18th century church does not look like much from the outside. Step through the cute entrance though, and the sheer baroque era opulence inside the church will stagger you. There are so many ornate details in the interior that is hard to focus on just one. Still, the most obvious features of the table is the vault with lunettes, the many 18th century murals and paintings, and the highly elaborate altarpiece. Also, practically every visible surface is gilded. The chapel's’ construction was the subject of some controversy at the time, for it was designed by the Guild of Carpenters and at that time the architects of the city said that carpenters are not authorized to design a building.

How To reach Capilla De San Jose by Public Transport

  • Bus 40, C5 stop Plaza de La Magdalena.
  • Tram T1 stop Plaza Nueva.
  • Bus 41 stop San Pablo (Plaza Magdalena).

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  • Absolutely astonishing

  • De no haber sido por los Capuchinos se habría perdido la Capilla hace mucho. Areca acaba de llegar. Sólo espero que no la conviertan en un museíto laico para darse autobombo, y que se respete su lugar de culto católico. Gracias.

  • Un pequeña gran joya del barroco . Un monumento nacional que necesita una buena restauración abandonado . Esto en otros países seria impensable

  • Pequeña capilla barroca del siglo XVIII con bonita fachada.

  • Buenas tardes. Hemos estado dando un paseo por la zona y hemos entrado y al ver al cristo de Medinaceli nos ha encantado. Es una capilla barroca en estado de restauración. Muy bonita. Recomiendo que la visitéis. Yo soy devota de Jesus de Medinaceli en Madrid donde vivo y es una talla preciosa digna de ver. Gracias.

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