Convent of Santa Ana

Convent of Santa Ana
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The church of Santa Ana is preserved despite the important fire that the convent suffered in 1993. The church moves away from the conventions of the convent churches of the time, following some Sevillian models, with a church of three naves, and two choirs, high and low. 

It houses one of the Andalusian jewels that will form a school, the main altarpiece of Blas Escobar, with sculptures by Sevillian Pedro Roldán, highlighting the main image of the Immaculate Conception and the sculptural group of Santa Ana and the Virgin, a sign of the naturalism prevailing at the time of the Sevillian baroque.

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Convent of Santa Ana
Calle Santa Ana
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