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Iglesia de Santa Ana

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Reviewed April 14, 2014

We had a lovely walk through Triana that included a stop in this beautiful church. Two older gentleman from the parish were taking the small admittance fee. One of them engaged our teenage daughters in a casual tour in Spanish that was just delightful to...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I have read somewhere that "Triana Cathedral". Well! We must think of a time when there was no bridge berween the two banks, a time when the "gitanos" ( gipsies) were restricted to the right bank. Now this nearly plain church, quiet and opening out...More

Thank Manuel A
Reviewed June 26, 2018

As you wander the streets of Triana you will find many interesting sites and this is one of hem. It is a large salmon orange colored church built around 1280. It is described as Gothic Mudejar architecture and shows a distinct Moorish influence.Not able to...More

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Reviewed June 26, 2018

We hadn't planned to visit this church but as we stumbled across it when in Triana and we decided to pay the couple of euros entrance and have a look. There were lots of beautiful artifacts inside and in the crypt, well worth seeing. The...More

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Reviewed September 18, 2017 via mobile

This is a pretty church set back from the waterfront dating from 1266. We included it within a walk around Triana and were pleasantly surprised. It cost 2€ each which we were more than happy to pay towards the upkeep. The information leaflet is only...More

1  Thank Joan M
Reviewed January 12, 2017

Seville was reconquered in 1248 and this was the first church to be built being completed in 1266. The church has a famous alter dating from the 1540s and containing 15 paintings from the period.It also has a number of chapels and the style is...More

Thank Nomadman411978
Reviewed December 21, 2016

This is one of the oldest churches in Seville (from the 1200's) --several claim to be the oldest so who knows?. A simple interior but moving.One end has been turned into a well lit and labelled exhibit area which includes one of the church's most...More

Thank LokiFreya
Reviewed November 15, 2016

When we visited over half the church (including the museum in the crypt) were inaccessible. We were still charged the full admission which was 2 euros. It is not a lot of money but we really had seen everything after 10 minutes, maybe if you...More

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Reviewed March 20, 2016

Lovely small church that dates back to 1276! There are tile murals outside the church and inside the church there are many important paintings and sculptures.

Thank Angela H
Reviewed May 15, 2015

Very much enjoyed visiting this church. Lots of interesting things to see and the man at the entrance was very helpful. He opened up the crypt for us to see the items kept in the which were very beautiful. They asked €2 each, not sure...More

1  Thank Lucy A
Reviewed March 12, 2015

If one goes to the Barrio Triana, the Church of Santa Ana is a must see. It is really the oldest church of Seville and was built in 1280. It is remarkable well preserved.

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