The Church of the Divine Savior or 'La iglesia colegial del Divino Salvador' is a Roman Catholic church in Seville. It is the largest church in the city after the Cathedral.
Iglesia Colegial del Salvador Seville
Info Iglesia del Salvador Seville
|Address||Plaza del Salvador, Seville|
|Tickets||Adults € 5 / children up to 15 years free Tip: Are you also visiting the Cathedral of Seville? This ticket is also a ticket for the Iglesia del Salvador. Due to the queues in front of the cathedral, it is convenient to reserve your skip the line tickets in advance.|
|Hours||Tuesday to Saturday: 10:00 a.m. at 2:30 p.m. (access until 2:00 p.m.)|
Church of the Divine Savior
The 'Iglesia Colegial del Divino Salvador', or the Church of the Divine Saviour is, after the big Cathedral of Seville the most important church in Seville. The church was built on a site where a basilica stood in Roman times and a mosque during the Moorish period.
History Church of Salvador in Seville
The mosque was demolished in 1671. Between 1674 and 1712, the baroque church was built here by Leonardo de Figueroa, during which time the church collapsed once. To prevent this from happening again, solid construction piles were placed in the current church. The church stands out because of its gilded woodcraft, a beautiful main altar and numerous frescos.
After visiting the Salvador church you can go to the cozy Salvador square for a drink or a tapa at one of the many bars.
Location Iglesia del Salvador in Seville
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