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Santa Ana convent

Santa Ana Church is part of the convent which has the same name. It is preserved despite the fire of 1993. The church does not follows the model of convent churches of that period; it is composed by three naves and  two chancels: high and lower chancel.

It hosts one of the Andalusian masterpieces, the main altarpiece made by Blas Escobar, which includes sculptures by Pedro Roldán. The main image of ‘La Inmaculada Concepción’ and the sculptural group of Santa Ana and the Virgin, which shows the prevailing naturalism in the Sevillian baroque era must be highlighted.

Useful information

Tl: +34 957 65 05 80

+34 607 68 25 25

+34 957 65 23 54

Address: Santa Ana Street

Santa Clara convent

It is one of most emblematic and historical corners of the city. It unifies art, history and gastronomy.

The convent was built around 1512 being encompassed inside the palace of Marquis of Priego, Pedro Fernández de Córdoba and his daughter Catalina Fernández de Córdoba, who founded the congregation of the Franciscan Clarists, were essential for its construction. This building was originally destined for the Franciscan Monastery but shortly after took its present function as a clarist convent.

This fantastic monument also has a lodging house  a place to stay surrounded by peace and tranquility.

Useful information

Visits indoor of the convent (previous appointment) passes at 11:00  and 12:00.

Tl: 957 650 326

+34 630 488 047

+34 957 65 23 54

Address: Santa Clara Street

Web: www.santaclaramontilla.wordpress.com

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