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Convento de Santa Paula, Seville
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  • You have to call the doorbell to the right of the square, do not expect that the door is open. In the upper floor serves a very nice sister who explain how much you need and will guide you in your visit to the relics of the convent: Nativity, sculptures, paintings... No celebrity, but yes there are very beautiful and valuable, especially the Bethlehem of the 18TH made with attention to detail. Ask sister if leave you to see the chapel because since these there is worth to see it. Seen from one of the exhibition halls, but surely you find it off unless some tourist watching it at that moment and deposited a euro so that the room is lit (indispensable to see it well). The entrance courtyard surely already you will have dealt with a sister so you buy them sweets of the convent. But have done, will stress you out and incite you to buy, although being diabetic tell him that you can not eat sweets. It is the only thing that I didn't like the convent, the insistence of this sister and tell me that day that eat sweet happens nothing (Hey, as take well considered sin...). The visit you will not take more than one hour. The entrance, € 3.
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  • There's just something special about this Convent - from ringing the doorbell to being greeted by a nun then entering through the small wooden door it was all rather surreal. Beautiful paintings and r...  more »
  • Convent of the 15th century that deserves a visit. Don't miss the store or the nuns sell confittures to die for especially those orange, tomatoes and figs! Excellent artisanal nougats. Reasonable prices!
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  • Most beatiful church, gardens, buildings, full of beaty and peace. Historic place. A must see for visitors
  • peaceful charming secret spot in Sevilla
  • A must-see gem. Of the few monasteries closing of Seville which can be visited by an almost symbolic entrance. A spectacular Church, an interesting Museum, and where there is a curious Bethlehem year-round mounted.
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  • Convent of the order of the Jerónimos. It is a hidden gem that you should not miss. Mostly 15th century Church and Convent Garden.
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  • Visit a little by chance. While we passions on the street and take pictures, a couple of Italians has sounds and the sister who opened we had offers to join a visit. For a few euros, it is the opportunity to enter the convent, visit a few rooms richly decorated, enjoy explanation detailed from the sister who accompanies you, practice a little Spanish for those who are able to, to buy the orange marmalade, honey or cakes, all under the friendly and benevolent nuns look. We were even let visit the garden and the Church freely. At discover.
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