The Church of La Magdalena is the third most important church in Seville, after the Cathedral and the Church of El Salvador. There is plenty of art in the church. None of the art decorating the church was destroyed during the Spanish Civil War, so the treasures have been preserved.
Most of the paintings were done by Lucas Valdes and his followers. This church is considered as one of the most beautiful Baroque churches in Seville.
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