Triana quarter

Laura R. Godoy
Article By: Laura R. Godoy
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The Triana quarter is a traditional quarter, where there are no impressive monuments but where charm can be found everywhere. From the market place to the banks of the river, not to mention Betis Street and the Capilla de los Marineros (Sailors’ Chapel), on Pureza Street. There you will be able to see a figure called the Virgin of the Hope of Triana, to whom the people from the quarter are devoted, in a beautiful Baroque altarpiece. The Plaza del Trocadero is the heart of the quarter, and there you will be able to sit and take some rest at an outdoor bar, before continuing the route. Photo credit: José Luis Martínez. Pixabay.com
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  • C. San Jorge, 6, 41010 Sevilla, Spain
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