Entering the city from Seville station on C / Rabida, heading to the Plaza of the Nuns, I stumbled upon this church, built in 1923 in a Gothic style. It was designed by the famous architect José M ª Carasa, although it has been rebuilt and restored since. On the left side is the Chapel of Mercy. The facade is notable for its rich decoration full of pinnacles, spiers and arches. It has three naves and three entrance gates, with a beautiful bell tower. It houses the images of Our Lady Star of the Sea in the main altar (the church is also known by this name) and Our Lady of the Miraculous in the atrium.