Follow me through charismatic Seville, Spain.
La Torre del Oro – the golden tower showing off how it got it’s name as the sun sets on the Rio Guadalquivir
“Let us build a church so beautiful and so large, that those who see it finished will think we were mad” – thanks, 15th century church architects.
A reproduced copy of El Giraldillo, a bronze weathervane that was added in the 16th century, sits at the main gate.
No visit to Seville is complete without some Spanish guitar, though it’s even better in a moody bar with flamenco dancers and singers
Tomb of Cristobal Colón aka Christopher Columbus himself, complete with his remains as confirmed with ancient DNA analysis after years of debate
La Plaza de España – a photo not unlike this one was my desktop picture for months before I got to visit it in person. Sheer extravagance built for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929.
Evening sets in on the Chapel of Carmen and the Puente de Triana
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