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Iglesia de los Descalzos, Ecija

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#4 of 7 in Historic Sites in Ecija
Religious Site Church
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  • Architecture lovers will find here a place to stop in infinite detail... Ecija is full of wonderful churches -Andalusia is full of churches- but this one impressed us by its beauty. Unfortunately the ...  more »
  • A very small church compared to the others, but very different and beautiful! Well worth a visit. Check with the tourist office for the opening times.  more »
  • As a whole, the unitary character of this work distinguishes inside this temple as a work where the key value is the uniqueness of existing aesthetic criterion between the physiognomy of its architecture and the decorative program of plasterwork, murals and easel paintings applied to certain parietal records and its conjunction with the rest of the non-structural elements and Cabinet character. This unitary conception of the interior of the building gets a peculiar example of integration of architecture, sculpture and the decorative arts, whose program remains unchanged the most outstanding values of Andalusian Baroque art.
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