Church of St Louis of France

  Calle San Luis, 37      +34 954 55 02 07     more than a year ago
Seville really does churches well, doesn’t it? The 18th century Church of St Louis of France is found in the heart of the old town and it ravishes with two iconic towers and a Cupola that defines the name, making this one of the most impressive examples of Catholic Baroque architecture in a town full of the stuff. The interior is plenty intriguing, a circular set-up that defies what you knew about churches. This place was only re-opened in 2017, after decades of closure. The church was deconsecrated long before that, but tell that to your soul as you explore the interior.


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