Trip Planner : Europe / Spain / Andalucia / Costa de la Luz / Cadiz / Religious Sites / Oratorio de San Felipe Neri
Oratorio de San Felipe Neri, Cadiz
Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Oratorio de San Felipe Neri is located in Cadiz. Plan your visit to Oratorio de San Felipe Neri and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Cadiz travel itinerary maker.
Create a full itinerary - for free!
Одно из красивейших барочных зданий города. Именно с этой молельней связана одна из самых известных страниц истории Кадиса. В 1812 году здесь были провозглашены Кадисская республика и создание независ... read more »One of the most beautiful baroque buildings in the city. It is from this Chapel is connected is one of the most famous pages of the history of Cadiz. In the year 1812 Cádiz was proclaimed Republic and establishment of independent Cortes. There is also a small museum that tells about this event.show original
La visita a esta iglesia sería obligada por su arquitectura o por la Inmaculada de Murillo, pero es que además su importancia en la historia de España hace de esta visita una lección magistral, por ci... read more »The visit to this church would be forced by its architecture or by the Immaculate Conception by Murillo, but is also its importance in the history of Spain makes this visit a lesson master, by the way very well resolved in the explanations that accompany the visit.show original
Es increíble,desde su cuadro de "La Inmaculada" de Murillo a su estructura elíptica libre de columnas. Fué declarado monumento histórico nacional en 1907.It is incredible, from her box of "La Inmaculada" Murillo to its elliptical structure free of columns. It was declared a national historic monument in 1907.show original
A nice building, quite small, that has been witness of a big part of Spanish history. The ticket is 3 euros as of today. The place is really small, and only two audiovisuals make the visit last. There is no mention whatsoever in the information inside about the events of the signing of the constitution of 1812, which for me is the major point of the building, they just describe the religious aspects. This is why I give the "okay" grade...
RICARDO MERATIf you're not attentive you pass ahead and not realize what they contain inside. The truth is that you get a pleasant surprise when you share the door and you see is enormous dome. It is interesting to see the audiovisual sector to know the history of this building, from its construction to the present day.show original
MIKEL AURRECOECHEAAnother site that is part of the history of Spain, you can not miss if you visit Cádiz.show original
Jose carlos robles ramirezHello my name is jose roblesde tijuana mexico I would like to know that relationship you have with a book called the sacred heart of jesus of 1850 thanks Trisagionshow original
José Ignacio MartínezLoaded with history and beauty. Murillo, Montes de Oca... la Pepashow original
Unable to display map at this time. Please try again later.
Are you the owner of this business? Click here for promotion tips.