Osuna Colegiata

Seville, beautiful and diverse

The 19th-century market square was built for public use on the former site of the Santa Catalina Convent.

The rectangular square, attributed to the architect Ramón del Toro, is designed according to the style of squares found in Castile. It is surrounded by colonnade galleries with semi-circular arches supported by columns. The market and food stalls were located here.