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Iglesia de San Gil, Ecija

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#5 of 7 in Historic Sites in Ecija
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  • the Church inside is very nice and it is the Church most people to pray, where you look at it will make very nice.
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  • It is located in the highest area of the city, in the typical street of San Antonio. 1479 date set as the founding Church of mudejar style. Through the centuries were transformations and additions into Baroque style to almost the entire building.
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  • The Church of San Gil is one of the most popular churches of the city of Ecija, therein lies the Stmo Cristo de la Salud, having a great devotion by thousands of Ecijanos.
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  • In the Church San gil de Ecija is the brotherhood of San gil to procession the evening of Holy Wednesday. A church welcoming and great historical value in the city.
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  • It is a very old church and is located in its interior several images belonging to the Sevillian school antigua as the Cristo de la Salud in a late Gothic style and the Virgin de los Dolores attributed to the school of José Montes de Oca.
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