It is considered a jewel of Sevillian Baroque.
Inside can be found the representation of Santa Justa and Santa Rufina, patron saints of the city. But, without doubt, the most interesting items are its Flemish paintings and Neoclassical reredos. The stained glass windows of this chapel combine antiquity and modernity. The most important is from 1479, while the most recent was made in 1932.
San José Chapel
Calle Jovellanos, 10
41004 Sevilla, Seville (Andalusia)
El Divino Salvador Church-College
The passage of different cultures and peoples through Seville can…
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Patio de los Naranjos (orange tree courtyard) of the Holy Metropolitan and Patriarchal Cathedral of Seville
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Seville Museum of Fine Arts
Set in the old Merced Calzada Convent, which dates from the…
Real Maestranza Bullring and Museum
Built in 1761, it is today a landmark in Spanish bullfighting.