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Convento de Santa Paula, Seville

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  • Both the monastery and their jams I think that we must devote part of criticism to the nun who teaches exhibition halls because I consider it to be an institution within the visit of the convent. Sister with his good character and self-confidence supplemented the deficiencies that might have been. It is a pleasure to hear reviews for a few minutes. It is a plus for the visit. The first point in favour of the convent are your tiles. The facade of the Church to me is very good and original as well as the two side walls of the altar (especially the containing medieval tomb). The exhibition halls cost 3 euros and have parts that are worth. For me are very noteworthy the niches in the wall. They have decorated them with a finesse and preciousness that is worth stopping in to see all the details. The High Choir has a great mudejar coffered ceiling. Products making these nuns, especially his jams have a lot fame. Buy them at your store and once you've tried them I will write a review about them. Two pieces of advice: 1) so that you open you have to call the intercom because otherwise it seems closed. This access both the store and the 2 exhibition halls) the person responsible for the store should open up the access to the Church doorway as it is independent to the whole
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  • On the way back from the Macarena church services after some searching but still found. One enters the monastery through a wooden door and comes in a small courtyard. Left, a stairway to the first floor leads to the Museum of the monastery. Here you have to ring the Bell and waiting for the a nun that opens doors, but despite waiting did not happen. So I saved me €3 entrance and the nuns came to a taking. The monastery shop offered various homemade articles, mostly of jams, located right next to the entrance. More follow-up work was to me and so I opted for a pack of Orangitas. These are small sweet beads with much raté candied orange zest and sugar. They taste very good, the price for these and the other articles for sale are however more than earthly, there will be calculated very secular. If you leave the Court again a more wooden door that leads through a small pretty garden in the Church is right hand. The Church itself is average.
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  • When you approach this jeronimas nuns convent, is observed a beautiful belfry on the white row houses. It is worth seeing Museum with many works of art, especially of religious themes. From the Museum you can see the beautiful courtyard of the convent, with two plants on arches of half point and a beautiful fountain in the middle. The highlight of the Church is its cover of Mudéjar construction, where prevail the Gothic and Renaissance styles. The nuns made very good pasta, whose aroma is perceived just entering the convent. We bought several boxes. For visitors, it is advisable to ring the doorbell, because the door is always locked. Visit very interesting.
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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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