Castillo de San Jorge

  Plaza del Altozano, s/n      +34 954 33 22 40     more than a year ago
What comes to mind when you hear the words ‘Spanish Inquisition’? The 15th century Catholic tribunal had its headquarters in Seville’s Triana district, and it was here that all of those grisly executions were devised. The Castle of San Jorge was destroyed and turned into a food market once the Inquisition was over, a sort of Indian burial ground on steroids, but the remains of the castle were discovered in 1990 and a museum opened in its place. Learn the long and storied history of the Spanish Inquisition at its very HQ. It won’t be what you expect, but then nobody expects…


Open 11:00-17:30. Sun 10:00-14:30, Closed Mon.


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