45 mi from the sea, Seville is still beaming with the splendours of the Muslim era: palaces, gardens and old mosques which have now become churches or the cathedral, blend together with the riches brought back from America; surrounded by flamenco, corridas, ferias and tapas. The pedestrian centre, lined with orange trees (there is a total of 80,000!) and Neo-Mudejar style fašades is totally enchanting. ...
One of the main emblems of Seville is its cathedral, a Gothic building dating back to the 15th century.
A view of the Torre del Oro and Guadalquivir River.
Baroque in style, its architecture is typical of the latter half of the 18th century.
The semi-circular shape of the square symbolises Spain embracing its former colonies.
In terms of its population, Seville is the fourth largest Spanish city after Madrid, Barcelona and Valencia.
The fašade of Seville's town hall, located on the Plaza de Espa˝a
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