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Game of Thrones in Seville

Game of Thrones in Seville
From my point of view, the filmation of Game of Thrones in Seville and other villages in Andalusia has been a success. So we'd have to thank the producers for that. They didn't hesitate, due to the high similarities between our home and the Dorne kingdom and its capital Sunspear. [...]Sigue leyendo

The Triana bridge of Seville

The Triana bridge of Seville
The Triana bridge of Seville is the entrance to the historic suburb most famous of all the suburb.  Refuge for gypsies and Mudejars. Triana is a quarter dedicated to the ironwork, the marine and the ceramic. Where the tradition is palpable in every corner.  A different quarter with different people, because Seville is different [...]Sigue leyendo

Virgin of La Antigua chapel, Cathedral of Seville

Virgin of La Antigua chapel, Cathedral of Seville
Today I would like to talk about the Virgin of La Antigua chapel, in the Cathedral of Seville. This beautiful painting on fresh represents a Virgin in a bizantine style. It´s placed in the centre of an altarpiece decorated with marble of different colors, and surrounded by wonderful sculptures. Did [...]Sigue leyendo

The House of Trade in the Alcazar of Seville

The House of Trade in the Alcazar of Seville
When speaking about this institution, to what are we referring? The main purpose of the House of Trade in the Alcazar of Seville was the control and management of the maritime transport and trade between the Spanish Empire and its cononies. This institution was located inside the sevillian Royal Palace, and part of [...]Sigue leyendo

Aníbal González

Aníbal González
Today I´m going to talk about 1929, a very important year when Sevilla celebrated the Iberoamerican Exposition. The city really needed it, after a long period of decadence due to the commercial exchange transfer to Cadiz. The event was a new rising for Sevilla, which changed a lot in the [...]Sigue leyendo

The banyan tree

The banyan tree
“You must know that when you stare at a tree and you say it´s an oak or a banyan, this botanic word has conditioned your mind, standing between you and the tree. To keep in contact with it, we must place the hand on its trunk. The word won´t help [...]Sigue leyendo

María Luisa Park

María Luisa Park
It´s the lung of Sevilla, the most beautiful green space in the city, which harmoniously combines nature and history. A long time ago, the Maria Luisa park was part of Palacio de San Telmo gardens; a huge area property of the Dukes of Montpensier for some years. After the gardens [...]Sigue leyendo

Palaces in Seville

Palaces in Seville
The main part of the palaces in Seville were built during the Renaissance period (fifteenth and sixteenth centuries). Several wealthy families converted their houses in sumptuous palaces, some of them real monuments declared cultural interested goods (BIC). Their structure tried to imitate the impressive Pedro I palace inside the Reales Alcázares, [...]Sigue leyendo

Convents in Seville

Convents in Seville
Did you know that Sevilla is known, among other names, as the city of the convents? After the reconquest, the main christian orders sited convents in Seville all around the city; especially in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, while the city played a very important commercial role. For example, the convents [...]Sigue leyendo

The Giralda of Seville

The Giralda of Seville

Without a doubt, the Giralda is the city’s pride and joy. It is so beautiful that when King Ferdinand III reconquered Sevilla, he threatened any person who dare touch a single brick. Fortunately, the warning worked.

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