"Casa de la Condesa Lebrija" Santa Cruz District Tip by MM212

Santa Cruz District, Sevilla: 54 reviews and 102 photos

  Casa de la Condesa Lebrija
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The sumptuous Casa de la Condesa Lebrija was built in the 15th century for the Countess Lebrija. It is a typical Seville mansion with a central courtyard, arched porticos and mudéjar architecture. It is now a museum with a collection of Roman mosaics and art from the nearby Roman ruins of Itálica, and medieval artefacts from Medina Azahara and elsewhere.

Address: Calle Cuna 8
Directions: From the Alcazar main entrance make a right turn. Right at Plaza de la Alianza, start exploring

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Dec 2, 2008
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