Macarena basilica, located in Seville, is a modern church that was constructed between 1936 and 1941. It was designed in Neo-Baroque style by the well known architect Gómez Millán.
The Church is situated close to the Puerta de la Macarena, the entrance of the famous Defensive Walls in the Macarena quarter of the city. The church is famous for housing La Esperanza which is a weeping statue of the Virgin Mary.
The museum of the church also displays her jewels along with Semana Santa floats.