Osuna Colegiata

Seville, beautiful and diverse

Aznalcóllar Castle, built in the Late Bronze Orientalising period, reached great splendour in Roman and Islamic times.

Aznalcóllar Castle was a Muslim fortress before the Reconquista of Seville in 1274 by Fernando III.

Located next to the Churre River, near its confluence with the River Guadalquivir, this was the original site of Lora, according to the local archaeologist José Remesal.

This centre focuses on the historical interpretation of the remains of the city found atop the Cerro de San Cristóbal from the 9th to 5th century BC. These remains of the first settlements in this municipality are kept in the museum for further study.

Declared an Asset of Cultural Interest in 1985.