Museum of Fine Arts

Driven by the wealth and commerce coming from the New World, artistic patronage flourished in an ostensible manner in the city of the 16th century. As a result of this, universal talents such as Valdés Leal, Zurbarán, Velázquez or Murillo could develop their work, protected by great fortunes from the church or the Spanish Crown.…

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Parque de Mª Luisa – Plaza de España

At the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th, Seville experienced great urbanistic changes that modernized the city and caused it to grow, fundamentally, towards the south. These changes were promoted primarily by the celebration of the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929 that brought with it the reurbanization of lands lying outside…

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Encarnación – Macarena

For many Sevillians, the streets Almirante, Apodaca, Imagen and Laraña draw an imaginary border that crosses the historical center of Seville from east to west. To the south, the more commercial and touristic area of same; to the north, a succession of streets and neighbourhoods that still conserve much of the popular flavour characteristic of…

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Reales Alcázares

This group of palaces today occupies the area that once was made up of ancient Islamic buildings from the 9th to the 12th centuries. It is the oldest residency for royalty in Europe which continues in use, and in whose interior we can still see some of the remains of the Islamic palace, the Gothic…

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Cathedral

The biggest Gothic Cathedral in the world took more than one hundred years to construct and occupied the site of the ancient Mosque after the troops of Fernando III entered the city in 1248. The Cathedral, called Santa María de la Sede, was declared Cultural Heritage for Humanity in 1987. In the interior we can…

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