Square of Ntra. Sra. De Setefilla and Parish Church of Ntra. Sra. De la Asunción: Beautiful corner of Lora del Río where the Church of Our Lady of the Assumption, the square with fountain and ceramic banks of Seville meet harmoniously, with a curious specimen of Araucanian from America and one of the hallmarks of the municipality. The popular and slender tower known as “the asparagus”.
The Church was built from the fifteenth century and was the seat of the former priory of Lora. Mudejar Gothic style, different reforms were made over the centuries, the most important being the late nineteenth century, when the choir moved, the chancel and other chapels were renovated, and the atrium, the plaza and the tower. Its exposed brick façade stands out, with arches flared and propped up, projecting in the cornice battlements openwork, in the interior a beautiful baroque altarpiece of the XVIII century, presides over the main altar. The parish has an interesting collection of paintings, sculptures and goldsmith’s pieces. In it is the image of the patron of Lora del Río, San Sebastián.
Tuesday and Wednesday from 11.00 to 13.00 Wednesday to Sunday 19.00 to 20.30