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Alameda de Hércules

Alameda de Hércules

Alameda de Hércules is a square located next to the Guadalquivir river and the district of La Macarena, in Seville, Andalusia. The square is considered the oldest in Spain and Europe, and was...
Alameda de Hércules is a square located next to the Guadalquivir river and the district of La Macarena, in...
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Alameda de Hércules


Alameda de Hércules, Alameda de Hércules, Sevilla, España
Alameda de Hércules is a square located next to the Guadalquivir river and the district of La Macarena, in Seville, Andalusia. The square is considered the oldest in Spain and Europe, and was founded in 1574. The plaza served as a model for cities around the world. Today, Alameda de Hércules is a kind of...
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Casa de Salinas

Casa de Salinas

Casa de Salinas is one of the most beautiful houses of Seville (Andalusia, Spain). Casa Palacio Salinas was built in the sixteenth century in the magical district of Santa Cruz. Its facade goes...
Casa de Salinas is one of the most beautiful houses of Seville (Andalusia, Spain). Casa Palacio Salinas was...
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Casa de Salinas


Casa de Salinas, Calle Mateos Gago, Sevilla, España
Casa de Salinas is one of the most beautiful houses of Seville (Andalusia, Spain). Casa Palacio Salinas was built in the sixteenth century in the magical district of Santa Cruz. Its facade goes unnoticed on Mateos Gago street. However, its interior hides treasures you would not expect to find. It was home to some wealthy...
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Lebrija Palace

Lebrija Palace

The spectacular Lebrija Palace (Palacio de Lebrija) or Palace of the Countess of Lebrija (Palacio de la Condesa de Lebrija)  is located in the famous Cuna street, in Seville, parallel to the equally...
The spectacular Lebrija Palace (Palacio de Lebrija) or Palace of the Countess of Lebrija (Palacio de la...
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Lebrija Palace


Palacio de la Condesa de Lebrija, Calle Cuna, Sevilla, España
The spectacular Lebrija Palace (Palacio de Lebrija) or Palace of the Countess of Lebrija (Palacio de la Condesa de Lebrija)  is located in the famous Cuna street, in Seville, parallel to the equally popular Sierpes street and just ten minutes walk from the Palacio de las Dueñas. It was a manor house in the sixteenth...
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Parroquia de Santa Ana

Parroquia de Santa Ana

The Real Parroquia de Santa Ana (“Parish of Santa Ana”), in Gothic-Mudejar style, was built in the late thirteenth century in the district of Triana. Its construction came by King Alfonso...
The Real Parroquia de Santa Ana (“Parish of Santa Ana”), in Gothic-Mudejar style, was built in...
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Parroquia de Santa Ana


Parroquia de Señora Santa Ana, Parroco Don Eugenio, Sevilla, España
The Real Parroquia de Santa Ana (“Parish of Santa Ana”), in Gothic-Mudejar style, was built in the late thirteenth century in the district of Triana. Its construction came by King Alfonso X, as he healed of an eye disease by a miracle of Santa Ana. It’s popularly known as the Cathedral of Triana, despite not...
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Museum of Arts and Popular Customs

Museum of Arts and Popular Customs

The Museum of Arts and Popular Customs of Seville (Museo de Artes y Costumbres Populares de Sevilla) is located in Plaza de America, inside Parque Maria Luisa, opposite the Archaeological Museum of...
The Museum of Arts and Popular Customs of Seville (Museo de Artes y Costumbres Populares de Sevilla) is...
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Museum of Arts and Popular Customs


Museo de Artes y Costumbres Populares de Sevilla, Plaza América, Sevilla, España
The Museum of Arts and Popular Customs of Seville (Museo de Artes y Costumbres Populares de Sevilla) is located in Plaza de America, inside Parque Maria Luisa, opposite the Archaeological Museum of Seville. The museum houses a library dedicated to ethnography and museology, an archive of audiovisual and photography and a conference room. There is...
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Flamenco Dance Museum

Flamenco Dance Museum

The Flamenco Dance Museum of Seville (Museo del Baile Flamenco) was founded by the Sevillian dancer Cristina Hoyos. There are some audiovisual and interactive spaces in this museum where you can see...
The Flamenco Dance Museum of Seville (Museo del Baile Flamenco) was founded by the Sevillian dancer Cristina...
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Flamenco Dance Museum


Museo del Baile Flamenco, Calle Manuel Rojas Marcos, Sevilla, España
The Flamenco Dance Museum of Seville (Museo del Baile Flamenco) was founded by the Sevillian dancer Cristina Hoyos. There are some audiovisual and interactive spaces in this museum where you can see flamenco dancers and famous figures of flamenco as Güito, Carmen Amaya, Sara Baras, Antonio Gades, Mario Maya or even Cristina Hoyos. The Flamenco...
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Plaza de Doña Elvira

Plaza de Doña Elvira

Plaza de Doña Elvira (“Doña Elvira Square”) is located in the beautiful Santa Cruz district in Seville. As the story goes, here was Mr. Gonzalo de Ulloa’s house, father of...
Plaza de Doña Elvira (“Doña Elvira Square”) is located in the beautiful Santa Cruz district in...
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Plaza de Doña Elvira


Plaza de Doña Elvira, Sevilla, España
Plaza de Doña Elvira (“Doña Elvira Square”) is located in the beautiful Santa Cruz district in Seville. As the story goes, here was Mr. Gonzalo de Ulloa’s house, father of “Don Juan Tenorio’s” Mrs. Elvira. It is not very big in size, but in charm. You can reach it from several streets, but getting there...
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Convento de Santa Paula

Convento de Santa Paula

The Convento de Santa Paula (“Santa Paula Convent”) was built in the fifteenth century as an enclosed monastery for nuns of the Order of St. Jerome. It is located in Seville city centre,...
The Convento de Santa Paula (“Santa Paula Convent”) was built in the fifteenth century as an...
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Convento de Santa Paula


Convento de Santa Paula, Calle Santa Paula, Sevilla, España
The Convento de Santa Paula (“Santa Paula Convent”) was built in the fifteenth century as an enclosed monastery for nuns of the Order of St. Jerome. It is located in Seville city centre, at Santa Paula street, just behind the San Marcos Parish. The gardens of the convent originally occupied a vast expanse of land....
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Esfera Armilar

Esfera Armilar

Esfera Armilar (“Armillary Sphere”), or what is also known as Monumento Milla Cero de la Tierra (“Zero Mile Centre Monument”), is located in Seville (Andalusia, Spain)....
Esfera Armilar (“Armillary Sphere”), or what is also known as Monumento Milla Cero de la Tierra...
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Esfera Armilar


Plaza De Cuba, Sevilla, España
Esfera Armilar (“Armillary Sphere”), or what is also known as Monumento Milla Cero de la Tierra (“Zero Mile Centre Monument”), is located in Seville (Andalusia, Spain). Specifically, it is located in Plaza de Cuba, along the Guadalquivir river and at the feet of the San Telmo Bridge. This monument came up from the idea of...
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Palacio de San Telmo

Palacio de San Telmo

The Palacio de San Telmo (“San Telmo Palace”), in Seville, is currently the headquarters of the Presidency of the Andalusian Regional Government. However, it started being the property of...
The Palacio de San Telmo (“San Telmo Palace”), in Seville, is currently the headquarters of the...
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Palacio de San Telmo


Palacio de San Telmo, Calle Palos de la Frontera, Sevilla, España
The Palacio de San Telmo (“San Telmo Palace”), in Seville, is currently the headquarters of the Presidency of the Andalusian Regional Government. However, it started being the property of the Spanish Inquisition until it became in 1682 the headquarters of a seminary school of the Universidad de Mareantes, where the orphans of sailors were taught....
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