Seville is a wonderful blend of Spanish culture and Moroccan culture in North Africa, one of the most beautiful European cities of its historic richness, with many destinations including Spain’s magnificent tourism, archaeological sites and medieval architecture.
Cathedral of Seville
Seville Cathedral is the most popular tourist attraction in Seville and the largest medieval cathedral in Spain.
It was built in 1401 AD after the fall of Andalusia on the old site of the Seville Mosque in the city
When Sevilla became an important trading center and was chosen in 2007 as one of Spain’s twelve most important treasures. And is technically a very cathedral edifice of beauty and precision were used large amounts of gold in their construction.
It was built on columns and elements of the old mosque, and the giralda, which was a minaret, turned into a bell tower. The giralda was built as a minaret of the Seville Mosque in 1184 AD at a height of 100 meters.
One of the most famous landmarks in Seville, originally built at the end of the 12th century, and built by the Moroccans as the minaret of a large mosque.
Khiralda is one of the most famous bell towers in the world and served as a model for several other towers such as the former Madison Square Park in New York’s Now Demolished, the Ferry Building Tower in San Francisco and the Rigley Building in Chicago.
The magnificent symbol of Seville, the tallest building in the city and for more than 800 years, dominates the horizon at 103 m. It was originally built in 1195 as the minaret of the Mirtola Mosque and is now the Biltaur of the Cathedral and is recognized through the UNESCO World Heritage.
It is the largest Gothic building in the world and the third largest church in Europe “after St. Peter in Rome and St. Paul in London”, was designed by the Cathedral of Seville before the builders, and began construction in late 1400 AD on the site of an ancient mosque and took several centuries to complete it, Containing the remains of Columbus, which he built on his tomb four statues, for his many works of art, many of them architectural, such as stained glass and windows, iron screens “rejas” and closed the chapels and stalls in the 15th century, and put the gilded embankment above the main altar, During Corpus Christi and the rope no d Q celebrations took place, at the altar boys with castanets dance in front of the altar, and the Treasury Department found the work of Goya, Murillo and Zurbarán, and on the apocalyptic side, we find display of skulls.
Visitors are welcomed by an interesting foyer in the dark interior, showing sunlight from the patio and orange trees in the courtyard, with good aromas of fresh citrus and chalk.
Khiralda is the tower of the Maghreb, the most distinctive monument in the city, which was erected as a minaret in the 12th century, next to additions later bells in the 16th century.
Its base on the street level is about 13.6 meters on the side, and sits on a slightly wider solid foundation, 15 ~ 16 m, about 5 meters in depth, it is built on the basis of solid and rectangular stones, and some reused it in the Roman wall nearby. And the part that corresponds to the original minaret of the Maghreb about 51 meters high, with the addition of Christians, which reached 98 meters, taking into account the presence of wind turbines, which reach a height of about 104 meters.
The tower has a slope of wide and long sections, which are sufficient slopes to allow the person to ride on horseback and reach the top of the tower of the Maghreb. The Christian addition that had the final staircase with 17 steps led to the bells.
The most important tourist attractions in Seville was originally a fortress for Muslims in the city of Seville in Andalusia built by the Almohads, and then turned to the Palace of Government.
The building is attributed to Peter al-Qasi, built at the site of an ancient Andalusian castle built by Muslims in 1350, and completed in 1369 AD.
Located in the south-east of the city near the Grand Church, the Palace of Seville is famous for its beautiful frescoes and beautiful columns, built in the elegant Andalusian architectural style.
It was listed by UNESCO in 19877 as a World Heritage Site for its preservation and care, in addition to what attracts visitors from all over the world.
Parque María Luisa
Maria Luisa Park is one of the most beautiful tourist spots in Seville, located along the Grand Canyon River and just south of the historic center of the city of Seville Spain.
The Maria Luisa Park is one of the most famous green parks in the city and Spain in general, near the Cathedral of Seville.
The park features large green areas with pedestrian bridges and a number of freshwater fountains.
In the middle of the garden, the España Palace, whose walls feature ancient Spanish art and taste, is now used for government purposes.
Plaza de España
The Plaza de España is an impressive building built as a 1929 US Expo and has since become an important symbol of the city. There is a sprawling square of the Renaissance crescent and new buildings, sitting around a huge fountain. Trench flows under the ornate stairs and gently past a series of brightly tiled cavities, one for each of the provinces of Spain. Besides giving an intensive course in Spanish history and geography, the box also provides a beautiful environment for a day of exploration in Seville.
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Colorful solar amplifier
Sevilla’s most important tourist attractions and is located in the square of La Encarta, in the old town of Seville. It is designed by the veteran German engineer Jürgen Meyer Hermann. This building comprises about 6 structures in the shape of a large umbrella made of Finnish birch wood, which has been specially imported.
The construction of the giant solar plant was completed in 2004 to produce this beautiful masterpiece to light up the ancient city of Seville.
Santa Cruz area
Santa Cruz neighborhood of santa cruz months , areas of tourism in Seville , Spain is located in the east of the city and bordered by the River Grand Canyon, and is one of the finest places in the whole of Spain.
It is hard to resist the winding alleys and its picturesque limestone houses, which are similar to those of the Arab Maghreb, its paved courtyards, its small squares.