Monasterio De San Isidoro Del Campo, Santiponce

(4.6/5 based on 55 reviews on the web)
The Monastery of San Isidoro del Campo is a monastery located in Santiponce, Spain. It was declared Bien de Interés Cultural in 1872.The monastery was founded in 1301 by Alonso Pérez de Guzmán.The interior houses an altarpiece by Juan Martínez Montañes.
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  • A few minutes from the Centre of Seville and closely to Italica, another unknown. It has a magnificent altarpiece and excellent frescoes. Although quite impaired, should be included in all tourist-cultural itinerary of the area. I'll be back as soon as you can to see it in more detail.
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  • Close to Seville, we find the monastery, this very deteriorated since its abandonment for decades was very remarkable. Now it retains something of its magnificent heritage. If you like Baroque and the story is your site free and very close.
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  • It is a curious visit, since we can see a beautiful altar and images of important sculptors of Seville; but there are still many things to restore. Near Seville should be a mandatory stop, especially for people who live in the surrounding area
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  • This monastery is clearly one of the great small jewels hidden in that "other Seville" only know of here and which allows us to get into places and historic moments of our city. Sure that when you are going or coming, the A-66 is a majestic building at the height of Santiponce and although it has parts that have not been restored, or you can visit, come to know it is a must to go sightseeing in the area and complement an excursion to Itálica and eat meat by the people. So much so, that the most of the space is not accessible to the public and only a small portion is that we will know. Even so, well worth because inside it houses unique spaces architecturally and works of artists like Martínez Montañés or Juan de Mesa. Enter is free and is relatively easy to park nearby, so there are no excuses to come and enjoy this gem hidden in full view of everyone in the Aljarafe.
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  • A historic and emblematic building.
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  • I did not expect the reform is made, it is worth going to see it.
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  • One of the cradles of Protestantism in Spain
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