The bridge between Sevilla and Triana used to be the only way of crossing the river - and before there was an actual bridge the crossing was made by stepping from one small boat to another across the waters of the Guadalquivir. The present bridge is officially called El Puente de Isobel II, but local residents do not appreciate that name and so unofficially it is known as El Puente de Triana. There are two worlds in Sevilla: Triana and elsewhere. The city has La Catedral de Sevilla and Triana has La Iglesia de Santa Ana. I can see both very clearly from my kitchen window, but Santa Ana is closer, and, to me, more human and more modest.