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Iglesia de San Pedro, Seville
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  • It is a church of mudejar Gothic style of the 14TH century in the plaza San Pedro two minutes from the Metropol space, has three naves, two covers and a Bell Tower. The main façade is mudejar pillars and three stained-glass windows, the second cover San Pedro in a niche. The tower is mudejar of two bodies with a spire of tiles. The altarpiece is of 1,600 and is important as the Christ of Burgos and a Nazarene carvings.
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  • Apart from the wonder of the Church by his recollection. We can admire the Sacramental Chapel and the chapel of the priests.
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  • The Church of San Pedro is a pretty normal Church that does not stand out much. It has a tower with a good view.
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  • Really nice square with a special temple that worth to visit inside also.
  • Diego Velázquez de Silva is here baptism June 6, 1599-Velázquez's parents were married in this same parish on December 28, 1597, Joao Rodríguez de Sylva and Geronima Velazquez, both Seville but of Portuguese descent. -Given the Portuguese ascendecia, the great painter took as surname of his mother (as it is the case in Portugal and also would be the right thing) and second that of his father. However elsewhere appear with the current Spanish surname order to know first the father, then mother. It must also take into account that in the 16TH and 17TH century, the issue of surnames did not work as it is now, a child could take the surname of their father or mother and make combinations that I would and more interested in according to the lineage of their predecessors. You could give the curious case of three brothers of the same father and mother have surnames so mixed that they not appear of the same family.
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  • The Church where he was baptized Velázquez. Don't miss the altarpiece by Pedro Campaña (to the left of the main entrance)
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  • Beautiful girl...
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  • Very nice
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