Main monuments of Sevilla

Cathedral & Giralda of Seville

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The Cathedral and Giralda are some of the historical buildings that you have to add in your “places to visit”. Why? the Gothic Christian cathedral has the largest area in the world, and inside it keeps the funeral monument to Cristobal Colón. T ...

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Royal Palace of Seville

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It was originally developed by Moorish Muslim kings. The palace is renowned as one of the most beautiful in Spain and it was registered in 1987 by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. The remains of a building dating from the 1st century have been found but ...

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Flamenco Dance Museum of Seville

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The Flamenco Dance Museum is a window into the world of flamenco. It was constructed in an eighteenth century building over the foundation of an ancient Roman temple, at the same time using Tartessian-carved stones. Situated in the most elevated and oldes ...

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Spain Square of Seville

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It has been given the status of Treasure of the European film culture. Many movies such as Star Wars have been filmed here. It was built in 1929 for the American Iberian Expo. It is a must during your visit to Sevilla. ...

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38. America Square of Seville

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It is a squared inside the Maria Luisa Park surrounded by buildings designed by the architecture Anibal Gonzalez and built for the American Iberian Expo of 1929. Nowadays these buildings are the Museum of Folklore and Arts. ...

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Maria Luisa Park

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It was inaugurated as public park in 1914 and it is by far the most important park of the city. This park counts with more than 100 different type of plants and small groups of gardens, each one of them with their own identity, organized and separated by ...

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Santa Cruz Neighbourhood of Seville

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Santa Cruz is a labyrinth of narrow streets, calm plazas such as Doña Elvira or Santa Cruz, and houses with beautiful flower-filled patios whose magic has served as inspiration for great writers and musicians. At some point, it was a very important Jewis ...

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Golden Tower of Seville

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It was declared a historic monument in 1931, It was erected in 1220 by the Almohad Caliphate in order to control access to Seville via the Guadalquivir river. Like most of the historical building in Seville After this re-conquest, the tower was first used ...

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Cartuja Monastery and Andalusian Contemporary Art Museum

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The Monastery of Santa María de las Cuevas, also known as the Monastery of the Cartuja (Charterhouse), is a religious building on the Isla de La Cartuja. Thanks to the fertile land right on the side of the river the Moorish built a number of ovens and to ...

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Queen´s Sewing House of Seville

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Located on the Maria Luisa Park, it was the first Neo-Mudejar building in Seville, as we can noticed thanks to its big windows. At the beginning, it was used as the house of the security guard of the San Telmo Palace. ...

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Old Charity Hospice of Seville

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It is a baroque charity hospital built in the XVII century using the remains of the San Jorge church, located in the Arenal. Once it was finished in 1670 the Brotherhood decided to build a hospice, the project was very successful that they ended up buildi ...

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Las Dueñas Palace of Seville

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The palace is one of the major historic homes in the city of great architectural and artistic heritage. The palace consists of a series of courtyards and buildings. The style ranges from Gothic art-Moorish to the Renaissance, with local influences in the ...

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Saint Anne Parish Church of Triana

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It was erected in 1266 by Alfonso X as he was cured of a disease he had. This church well known as the Cathedral of Triana is a great example of the gothic-mudejar style. ...

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Salvador Church of Seville

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It was originally built during the roman period. During the Arabs time (between 829-1182) it was the biggest mosque of the city until the re-conquest when Fernando III in 1248 carried some work to change its orientation so that it could be a church. ...

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The Tower of los Perdigones

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It is the tower of the old foundry that was specialised in bullets. Built outside of the Old town in 1885 it was owned by Manuel de Mata y Muñoz. It is currently opened as a viewing deck. ...

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La Macarena of Seville

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It is home to the famous Macarena Brotherhood, it was built in 1941 and meant to be the gallery of the Brotherhood. Designed by Aurelio Gómez Millán it was given the status of Small Basilica by the pope in 1966. ...

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Macarena Walls of Seville

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The city was surrounded by walls since the Roman period, and they were maintained and modified throughout the subsequent Visigoth, Islamic and finally Castilian periods. The walls at once had more than 18 entrance to the city until the 19th century, when ...

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Chapel of “El Cachorro” of Seville

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Its official name is Basilica del Cristo de la Expiración, It was built during the XVII century. In 2012 the Pope Benedicto XVI gave it the status of minor basilica. There are a total of four minor basilica in Sevilla, this one is the only one in Triana. ...

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General Archive of the Indies, Seville

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It was built between 1583 and 1598 as the house to consulado de mercaderes for all the merchants exchanges. Then during the reign of Carlos III in 1785 the archives of the Council of the Indies were to be housed here, in order to bring together under a s ...

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Priests’ hospice

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In 1627, the Brotherhood of Silence (Sevilla) decided to provide housing for elderly, poor and disabled priests. They rented a house where the priests were given shelter and assistance. After few years the house was too small for the demand they had so in ...

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Town Hall of Seville

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Located in the Casco Antiguo it is a great example of the Plateresque architecture. The building has a beautiful façade where you can find grotesque motifs inspired by Italian Florentine architecture, heraldry symbols, allegories of Justice and Good Gove ...

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Pilatos Private Palace-House, Seville

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Its architecture makes of the palace an imprescindible visit during your vacations in Seville. It is a renaissance and Mudejar style Andalusian palace with romantic elements and it is considered as the best Andalusian noble building and a fabulous sevill ...

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Old five wounds Hospital of Seville

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It is also known as the hospital of the blood. The construction of the building began in 1546, as a legacy of Don Fadrique Enríquez de Ribera, who had died in 1539, at the beginning there were only 15, then in 1559 an extension was added. It is currently ...

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Pinelo Family Palace-House, Seville

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Located in the Old town and built over the remains of a middle ages palace it is a great example of the renaissance architecture along with Pilatos House, Dueñas Palace or Mañara Palace. It houses both the Real Academia Sevillana de Buenas Letrasand the ...

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Bullring of Seville, La Maestranza

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It is known as the Bullfighting Cathedral. This bullring is one of the oldest in Spain, it was originally built in 1733 using only wood and the first one having a circular shape. Throughout the history many architectures such as Anibal Gonzalez have perfo ...

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Saint George´s Castle (ruins) of Seville

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It was a middle age castle used as prison during the Spanish Acquisition. During the XIX century, it was demolished in order to build the Triana food market. The remains can be seen on a lower level, there is also a Spanish Acquisition museum. ...

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Old Tobacco Factory of Seville

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Visit the first tobacco factory from Europe built in century XVIII, which is considered a magnificent architectural representation of the old industrial regime. Nowadays, there is located Seville University Rectorate. ...

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Countess of Lebrija´s Palace-Museum, Seville

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Located in the Old Town and built during the XVI, we have to point out its impressive Roman mosaic. It was in 1901 when the countess of Lebrija bought it and renovated to house her antiques. ...

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Magdalena Parish Church of Seville

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Following the baroque style of the XVIII century it was built in 1691 by Leonardo de Figueroa, using the remains of a middle age church, and with a doubt, it is one of the most magnificent and well-crafted churches in the entire city. ...

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Regional Military Museum of Seville

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Few steps away from the Santa Cruz neighbourhood and next to the Maria Luisa Park, you can find this museum with more than 5000 pieces of history and art that explains the impact of the army in the Andalusian society. ...

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Del Valle Church of Seville

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This church is also known as the Gipsy Church, located in the Old town it was built using the structure of the old Del Valle convent. This church has always kept a close relationship with the Casa de Alba. ...

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Sailors´Chapel of Triana

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Right in the heart of Triana, its construction was carried out in 1759 using a small church owned by the navy academy. From the beginning until 1759 this temple has been used as an Anglican Church, theatre and a warehouse during the French invasion. ...

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Saint Joseph´s Chapel of Seville

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It is the only church in Seville design and built by carpenters. This project made a group of architecture take it to court as they thought carpenters were not prepared enough. It was built in two main process, one in 1699 and the one in 176, having as a ...

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Saint Paula Convent of Seville

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It is one of the few enclosed convents of Seville located in the Old town. It was built in 1473 when the Pope Sixto IV gave a Papal Bull to two widows so that they could be registered in the San Juan de la Palma convent. ...

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Saint Clement Monastery of Seville

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On November 23th 1248, Fernando III arrived to Sevilla after recon quested, that day was Saint Clement day. It is located between the river and the Alameda de Hercules. ...

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Archaeological Museum of Seville

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Located at the America Square this museum was designed by the famous arquictect Anibal Gonzalez. Among all its collections the most important ones are the romans and the Hispano-romans coming from the city Italica, just few miles away from Seville, stayin ...

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Museum of Folklore and Arts of Seville

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Opposite from the archeological museum it is located in a building known as the Mujedas Pavilon, built in 1914 and then used for the 1929 Expo. Nowadays there are up to eight different exhibitions all of them supported with videos and interesting facts ab ...

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Fine Arts Museum of Seville

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This museum is nowadays considered the most important Spanish gallery. The building was built after the recon quested of the city in 1247 with the desire of having one more convent. One of its most notables collection is the Sevillian paint from the XVII ...

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Santa María la Blanca Parish Church, Seville

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Right in the middle of the Santa Cruz neighbourhood it was built over the remains of a XIII century synagogue, when Seville has an important Jewish community. In 1391 after the Jewish riots it was taken and transformed to a Cristian church. ...

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Gran Poder Brotherhood Church of Seville

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It is one of the four minor basilicas of Seville since 1992 when Pope Joan Paul II gave it the status. It was designed by Alberto Balbontín de Orta and Antonio Delgado y Roig. ...

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Torre de Plata Seville

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Get knowing the octagonal tower from century XIII located in Santander Street. During Alfonso X time, it was known as Azacanes tower too and it was restored in 1992. When the walls lost the utility as defence, these were used like support to houses, malls ...

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Facultad de Bellas Artes de Sevilla

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En 1579 se consagra definitivamente el templo, hasta esa fecha el conjunto que formaba la Casa Profesa se utilizó como colegio de Humanidades, se cree que Don Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra pudo haber estudiado en este centro, a partir de esa fecha y ...

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Real Alcázar

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Let to be charmed by one of the oldest palaces of use in the world. On the walls you will see the influence of the different cultures that have been there from the end of century XI until nowadays. In the Palace highlights Patio de las Doncellas, decorate ...

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Saint Louis Church of Seville

  +34 954 55 02 07

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Along with the Magadalena Church it was designed by Leonardo de Figueroa, and it is a great example of the baroque style form the XVIII century. During the different periods of history this place has been used as a seminary, hospital, factory during the X ...

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Bellver Museum - Casa Fabiola

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Through out the Bellver colection discover the history of the city during the century XIX, literature, music, fine arts, the influence and knowledges transmition imported and exported by the romantic travellers. The donation count with 567 art treasures. ...

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Calle Agua

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This narrow, shaded alleyway runs alongside the walls of the Alcázar up to the beautiful Plaza Alfaro and Plaza Santa Cruz (where painter Murillo was born in 1618). Its name, Agua (water) comes from the small aqueduct that used to run along the top of th ...

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