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The lovely Maria Luisa Park began as palace gardens but was transformed into a well-used and much beloved public space in the early 20th century. Ponds, fountains, monuments, terraces and grand plazas punctuate manicured gardens and lawns. The...
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Calle Ignacio Gómez Millán, s/n, 41010 Sevilla, Spain
The neighborhood of Triana has traditionally considered itself separate from Seville, while many in Seville consider Triana’s spirit an integral part of the city’s own character. The original settlement, just outside the city walls, could have...
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The wealthy Countess of Lebrija bought this 16th-century palace in 1901 and renovated it to incorporate her extensive collection of Roman artifacts, amassed over years of travel and participation in archaeological digs. The ground floor and...
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Pl. de la Encarnación, s/n, 41003 Sevilla, Spain
For a different perspective on Seville, Spain's fourth-largest city, wander off the main tourist path to Plaza de la Encarnación, where you'll find one of the city's most bizarre-looking landmarks, the Metropol Parasol, opened in April 2011. More...
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October 25th, 2009 We had amassed a few points with various rewards programs and booked most of our hotels on this Andalucia trip with those points. When we arrived to our first destination, Eme Catedral, we were jet lagged but impressed. That...
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Av. de la Constitución, s/n, 41004 Sevilla, Spain
This was the beautiful and exquisitely made cathedral in the middle of Sevilla. I went in with my mother for a moment of prayer. It was a great moment.
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This ceiling in one of the rooms in the Alcazar in Sevilla, Spain makes you feel as if you are staring into the heavens. The hypnotic effect provided by the shimmering gold made me want to lay on the floor and look up for hours.
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Calle Manuel Rojas Marcos, 3, 41004 Sevilla, Spain
My favorite museum in Seville is the Flamenco Museum. It has a fascinating history of flamenco dancing in southern Spain and there a terrific series of short films showing the different styles of flamenco. There are also romantic old posters of...
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Almonte, Huelva, Spain
Doñana National Park is the largest road-free expanse in Western Europe. The lack of development means a wealth of wildlife: You can see herons, flamingos, ibis, wild boar, lynx and eagles in these swaths of dune and wetland. El Rocío, a...
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Gold, silver and copper mining began in Rio Tinto in 3,000 B.C.E. by Iberian tribes. In 1873, the still-active mines were sold to the British, who proceeded to virtually colonize the area, creating small English suburbs, golf courses, soccer...