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Capilla de los Marineros, Seville

Categories: Churches, Tourist Spots
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Located conveniently close to the canal, Capilla de los Marineros was built as a Catholic church for sailors. Though constructed in 1759, French occupation saw the church secularized--it served as a warehouse, Anglican church, and theater before being converted back to its original purpose in 1953. Step inside the small, white, Baroque building to admire its ornate gilded altar. The dazzling structure features an image of Virgen de la Esperanza, the patron saint of Triana sailors and an important part of the city's Semama Santa celebrations. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Capilla de los Marineros by using our Seville trip itinerary maker.
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  • Triana your hope and your Christ of the three falls are part and culture. It is essential to see them or not you are believer. It is normally open to visitors.
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  • Maritime Chapel Capilla de los Marineros is located in Seville, Triana district on the banks of the Guadalquivir River. The chapel was built in 1759, during the French occupation was turned into a warehouse, later was used under the Anglican Church and the theatre. In the year 1958 began the restoration of the Chapel and the original Baroque style is saved.
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  • The Temple of Holy hope of Triana, the Esperanza de Triana. Pupils are holy, Christ the Redeemer Statue. You can buy toy pictures etc in the shop.
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