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This old Jewish quarter is the most picturesque part of the city. It once housed a Jewish ghetto, but now these small whitewashed houses house souvenir shops, restaurants, hotels and residential buildings.
The small Callejon del Agua street is famous for its houses with small green courtyards. Its name translates as `` watery '' - earlier, an aqueduct passed along this street, through which water entered the Alcazar.
In the 17th century, a shelter for priests was built here, which later became a hospital. It is famous for its Baroque church, decorated with paintings on the walls.
There used to be a church in Santa Cruz square, in which the famous artist Murillo was buried. There is no church now, there is only a patterned iron cross pointing to the artist's grave.
Plaza del Triumfo is decorated with a baroque column, erected here in memory of the city's salvation from the 1755 earthquake. This column is crowned with a statue of the Virgin Mary.
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Topic: Quarter of Santa Cruz (Barrio de Santa Cruz) in Spain, Seville resort.