|The tower at the end of Puente Isabella II in Triana|
|Statue atop a message board in Triana|
|Fresh pheasants in Triana's food market|
|Triana was headquarters for the Spanish Inquistion.|
|Seville's famous tiles were made in Triana using local mud.|
|Here's the ceramic egg holder I bought in Triana.|
We wander down narrow cobbled streets, pop into some pretty churches and have a light lunch that includes a bowl of salmorejo, the cold creamy tomato soup on which I have recently developed a huge crush.
|Interior Nuestra Señora de la O in Triana|
|Interior Capilla de la Estrella in Triana|
|Exterior Iglesia Señora Santa Ana in Triana|
|A plaza just before lunchtime in Triana|
Later that afternoon we watch a vigorous padel ball match and stroll along Calle Betis, the riverside walk. From here we have a gorgeous view of Sevilla's Torre del Oro.
|Padel court in Triana|
|Oranges in Triana|