Osuna

The Essential
Interesting
Along the route that leads from Seville to Granada, the town of Osuna is as old as Carmona. Built on a hill, this Iberian town was the last refuge of Pompey in the I BC, before Caesar beat him definitively in Munda. Reconquered in 1240, the town has a preserved a highly interesting architectural and artistic heritage from the Renaissance and Classical ages.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Osuna
Panteón Ducal
Panteón Ducal
The pantheon of the Dukes of Osuna was
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Osuna's historical centre
Osuna's historical centre
The rectilinear streets around Plaza del
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Collegial Church (Colegiata)
Collegial Church (Colegiata)
An impressive Renaissance Collegial
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Monastery of the Incarnation
Monastery of the Incarnation
The wife of the 4th Duke of Osuna
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Bell tower of the Church of Mercy
Bell tower of the Church of Mercy
This is a fine Baroque tower built by
Calle San Pedro
Calle San Pedro
This street includes two superb palaces.
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