THE GREAT ROUTE OF FILM BY ANDALUSIA
Hacienda Martín Navarro, Alcalá de Guadaíra, Sevilla

Hacienda Martín Navarro is a huge building located in the village of Alcalá de Guadaira. Designed following a regular layout and articulated around a big rectangular patio with parterres, sand and surrounded by orange trees, highlights for its stunning façade, that still preserves some sgrafitted remains, and a monumental Doric front.

Here was filmed…

This was the scenery chosen by the film crew of ‘La Peste’ to recreate the indigo factory for the silk business whose owner was Teresa Pinelo’s husband. In the pit of the patio the crew recreated the deposits where this colorant is produced in three phases and the work carried on in this kind of factory. Its façade was also used as the façade of the hospital where the sick people go, inspired by the old Hospital de la Sangre, currently Hospital de las Cinco Llagas and present headquarter of the Parlamento de Andalucia, open in 1559 and the real place where the sick affected by the plague were attended in 1649.

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