Monuments in Sevilla ll

Real Alcazar - Isabel ll Bridge - Santa Ana Church
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Real Alcazar

The Christian monarchs, Alfonso X and Pedro I employed Moorish craftsmen to build the Real Alcazar of Seville in the 14th century. The Palace of Pedro I is considered to be the most complete example of this so-called Mudéjar architecture in Spain. However, a few remains still lie from the former Islamic palace, Patio del Yeso, from before the Christian Reconquest.
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Plaza del Triunfo, Sevilla.
  95 450 23 23.
  Tue-Sat 9:30-19:00; Sun 9:30-17:00.
  Adults: 7€; Students, Handicapped, Over 65, Under 16: free entrance.

Isabel II-Bridge

Isabel II bridge of Seville was built in 1847-1852 by the French engineers Bernadet and Steinacher, to replace the former boat bridge of 1171. It is a fine example of 19th-century iron architecture
Isabel II bridge is also popularly called Puente Triana, as you continue on towards the heart of Triana quarter
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.Reyes Católicos/San Jacinto, Sevilla.

Santa Ana Church

Triana's Santa Ana Church is the oldest parish church in Seville, dating back to the 13th century. Alfonso X ordered the beginning of the construction works in 1276.
They were finished in the beginning of the 14th century. It is in cisterciense-gothic style atlthough the construction material brick gives a mudéjar touch.

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Santa Ana-Kirche: Plaza de Santa Ana, Sevilla.
  427 13 82.
  Mon-Sun 20:00-20:45
  No Admission charge.


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