Iglesia De Santa Ana, Seville

About Iglesia De Santa Ana, Seville

Iglesia De Santa Ana, Seville - Address, Phone Number

Address: Street Vazquez de Leca, 41010 Sevilla, Spain

Phone: +34-954271382

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Time Required: 00:15 Mins

Timings: 10:30 am - 06:30 pm Details

Church, Religious Site, Family And Kids, Architecture

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The first phase of construction for this church began in the 13th century and was completed in the early fourteenth Century. However expansions continued well into the 15th century, a Chapel of the Sacrament was added in the 16th century, another Baptismal Chapel was added in the 17th. Serious remodeling was done after the Lisbon earthquake of 1755. The overall architectural style is a bit mixed but it is predominantly Gothic. Outside of the main altarpiece and some valuable paintings,  the church is less ornamental than other churches found in the city. It also has the 14th century tower built in Moorish architectural style.

Iglesia De Santa Ana Opening and Closing Hours

  • Timings given here may not be reliable, contact the church ahead of your visit.

How To reach Iglesia De Santa Ana by Public Transport

  • Bus 40 stop Pagés del Corro (Evangelista)
  • Bus C3 stop Pagés del Corro (Troya)
  • Subway L1 stop Plaza de Cuba
  • By Car

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  • Beautiful church in Triana, unique just like the neighborhood in which it resides.

  • Ole Triana!

  • 세비야 최초의 성당이라는데 엄청 친절한 담당자분들이 친히 성당 가이드 해주시는 곳! 작지만 750년 되는 역사를 가진 성당 천천히 둘러보는것도 좋은 경험이 될듯합니다. Santa Ana 는 엄마, 아기의 수호성인이라고하여 여기 주민분들이 임신하면 기도드리는 곳이라고도 하네요

  • La Real Iglesia de Santa Ana è stata costruita nel 1266 per volere di Alfonso X ed è detta la Catedral de Triana. E' stata la prima chiesa progettata e costruita a Siviglia dopo la Reconquista, infatti in un primo tempo i cristiani riutilizzavano come luoghi di culto cattolico le moschee, e fino al 1830 ospitò la Via Crucis celebrata dalle Confraternite di Triana durante la Samana Santa. E' stata costruita in stile gotico-mudéjar, ma nel corso degli anni ha subito numerosi rifacimenti. La pala d'altare è costituita da 15 dipinti su tavola realizzati da Pedro de Campana tra il 1550 e il 1556 e sono considerati i maggiori capolavori del pittore.. Per visitare la chiesa c'è da pagare un biglietto di € 2,00 a persona: si può fare!

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  • Puede que no sea tan llamativa como la catedral de Sevilla, pero en la propia Iglesia (la más antigua de Sevilla) se respira la auténtica religiosidad de la ciudad. Gran belleza en cada rincón, pero sobre todo, llena del amor de los que la custodian y cuidan. La abuela, la madre y el niño os recibirán con una sonrisa. Un "Must" en Sevilla.

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