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Iglesia Del Cachorro, Calle Castilla, Sevilla, España
Capilla del Cachorro, also known as Basílica del Cristo de la Expiración, Basílica del Cachorro or Basílica del Patrocinio, is located in Seville‘s Triana district (Andalusia, Spain). This temple consists of two chapels attached to each other due to their small size. The first chapel dates from the seventeenth century, while the second one is...
Real Alcázar de Sevilla, Patio de Banderas, Sevilla, España
The Royal Alcazar of Seville (in Spanish, Real Alcázar de Sevilla) was built on Roman foundations and was also used by the Visigoths. Later, a basilica (Basilica of San Vicente Mártir) was built, where San Isidoro was buried. Most of the current architecture of the Royal Alcazar is thanks to the Arabs who conquered Seville...
Museo Histórico Militar de Sevilla, Plaza España, Sevilla, España
The Military Historical Museum of Seville (Museo Histórico Militar de Sevilla) is located in the beautiful Plaza de España, next to the Puerta de Aragón. It opened in 1992. It has three plants (in 2000, two of them were added), divided into ground floor, central floor and top floor. More than five thousand objects are...
Plaza de España, Av de Isabel la Católica, Sevilla, España
Plaza de España (literally, “Spain Square”) is a monument located in the heart of Seville, just inside Parque de María Luisa (“Maria Luisa Park”). The Sevillian architect Aníbal González gave life to this jaw-dropping Cultural Heritage Asset, which is breathtakingly beautiful either by day or at night. Its sublime architectural beauty makes Plaza de España...
The Parque de los Príncipes (literally, “Princes Park”) in Seville is located in the district of Los Remedios, just 20 minutes walk from the Triana Bridge and close to where the Feria de Sevilla is celebrated in April. Opened in 1973, the construction of this park was a breath of fresh air for the neighbourhood,...
Patio de Banderas, Plaza del Patio de Banderas, Sevilla, España
Patio de Banderas (literally, “Flags Patio”) is a public square located inside the walls of the Alcazar of Seville, in the charming Santa Cruz district. It is not known for sure where its name comes from. However, it is believed to be because of the number of flags waving when some illustrious personality visited the...
Palacio de Las Dueñas, Calle Dueñas, Sevilla, España
Palacio de las Dueñas or Palace of the Dukes of Alba, in Seville, was the private residence of important Sevilian noble families. In the early seventeenth century, it was owned by the Spanish noble house House of Alba. The majestic palace is composed of a set of Andalusian patios and buildings and even a chapel...
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...
Castillo de San Jorge, Plaza del Altozano, Sevilla, España
The Castillo de San Jorge (“Castle of St. George”) is located in Seville’s Triana district. It is a medieval fortification next to the Guadalquivir river. It was built with a prison inside to protect the population during the time of the Visigoths, until in the thirteenth century belonged to the Christians. After an abandoned time,...
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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