Iglesia de San Pedro

Sevilla Province

West of the Puerta de Sevilla, the 15th-century Iglesia de San Pedro has a rich baroque interior and a tower modelled on Seville's Giralda. It's generally closed to the public but opens on special occasions – contact the tourist office for dates of upcoming openings.

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