The Campiña

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The Campiña lies between Seville and Cordoba, an attractively agricultural region of olive groves, wheat fields and vineyards. Its towns bear witness to 3 000 years of history, with some true jewels of bygone ages; the Puerta de Sevilla alcazar and the Roman necropolis (tombs et mausoleums) of Carmona, the historic centre of Osuna, the walls of Estepa, and the Plaza de Espana (remains of Roman baths) and the Benamejí Palace in Écija to name but a few.

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Church of St Peter
Church of St Peter
On the elegant Paseo del Estatuto, this
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Church of St Bartholomew
Church of St Bartholomew
This originally gothic church was
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Ramparts
Ramparts
Reach the old town via the Seville Gate,
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Ajuntament
Ajuntament
This interesting baroque building, at
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El Salvador
El Salvador
The fine Plaza Cristo Rey is home to
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Church of St Philip
Church of St Philip
This church is a fine illustration of
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