Today it is still a convent and the nuns living there sell typical sweets from the region to visitors.
The outstanding features of the building are the 16th century portico and Plateresque main front from 1504, decorated with ceramics and sculptures. The cloister is in the Mudejar style. The church cannot be visited, but the museum can.
El Divino Salvador Church-College
The passage of different cultures and peoples through Seville can…