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The reason it bears the name of Queen of Spain Isabel II is precisely because it was built at the time of her reign, specifically inaugurated in February 1852. The French engineers Steinacher and Bernadet were in charge of bringing it into being, taking as a model the no longer present Paris bridge named Pont du Carrousel.

The Casa de las Columnas is located in the centre of the Triana neighbourhood, specifically on Pureza street, opposite the apse of the Santa Ana parish church, near the Altozano and San Jorge castle, the convents of Nuestra Señora de la Salud, San Jacinto and Nuestra Señora de los Remedios.

This is a new stage in Seville dedicated exclusively to singing, dancing and guitar playing in the heart of the Triana district, the historical cradle of flamenco, on the banks of the River Guadalquivir. A unique theatre, a flamenco theatre.

Among vegetables, fish and meat, surrounded by the perfume of spices and the sweet smell of fruit, the Casa La Teatro in the Mercado de Triana was born on 18 May 2012. Three metres of stage and 28 seats are enough space to host a whole range of shows the common denominator of which is quality and affordable prices.

This is a unique place where you can enjoy the best live flamenco show, in the heart of Triana. In this establishment you can breathe the sound of the Sevillian music and the rumba in the evenings/nights of the weekend within the best atmosphere in Seville.

Ramón León Jewellery Shop
Heir to the founder of the goldsmith's shop, Ramón León, he began working as an apprentice at the age of 10. At the beginning of the 1980s he became independent and set up his workshop in Triana, starting his work as a solo silversmith.

On the other side of the river, opposite Eduardo Chillida's monument to the Tolerance, the Thematic Centre for Tolerance of the Castle of San Jorge is located in the Triana district. This centre focuses on the religious, social and cultural oppression exercised by the Court of the Inquisition, established in Seville by the Catholic Monarchs.