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Baroque church, big enough, but not huge, very ornate but not over-ornate, or let's say over-ornate - of course, in Spanish baroque, but with a sens of symmetry, of composition, of surfaces and space, that makes yourself as pleased as somehow satisfied.
Then the outbuildings:...More
Iglesia de San Luis de los Franceses in the city's historical is close to several other good churches along the Calle San Luis. Richly decorated in the Baroque style with unusual almost secular looking facade.
The Church of San Luis is one of the most beautiful in Seville, and together with its domestic chapel and the crypt form a very interesting monumental complex to visit in this downtown area. The church is dome-shaped, and although small it has a considerable...More
My wife and I had seen this church in the past but we recently read that it had been restored. So when we went there we joined a group of elderly people who had booked a guided tour to the church. Our guide was a...More