Sevilla travel guide


Sevilla Travel Guide

Convent of Santa Paula

The convent of Santa Paula belongs to the city monuments that are worth of visit. It was built in 1475 and, as typical in the city, represents a combination of Gothic, Renaissance and Mudéjar architectonical styles. Its current façade comes from the year 1503. Its main cloister was constructed in the 16th century and its Baroque altar-piece dating back to 1730.

Convent of San Paula The convent is home to nuns called Jerónimas as well as their patron Saint Jerome.

The Convent of Santa Paula owns a museum with precious art pieces such as the table of "Calvario" coming from the 16th century, "La Sagrada Familia" (Sacred Family) from the 17th century and a statue of the "Niño Jesús y de San Juan niño".

You can order the tour around the convent which is provided by a local nun.

Address: Calle Santa Paula 11
Phone: (+34) 954 536 330
Opening hours: Tuesday – Sunday: 10.30 am to 1 pm and 4.30 pm to 6.30 pm

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