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Colorful Flamenco Show in Seville – Why is it worth joining? This shows offers great value for money and it is a perfect way to be introduced to the passion and art of Flamenco. More than just a dance, flamenco was born as a state of mind ; a expression of deep emotions. Once you have enjoyed this show you will understand why Flamenco is regarded as an icon of andalusian and Spanish culture. It
Why do we recommend Torre del Oro? This 12 sided fortress tower dates from 1220, the era of the almohade, and was originally part of the Alcazar. At the time it was built it was linked by a heavy chain to another tower on the other side of the river. It was reputedly decorated with gilded tiles, which accounts for its name. Later it became a prison and today it holds a small maritime museum.
A lot has been said and written about the Sevilla Cathedral, Santa Maria de la Sede, and the Giralda, which was minaret of the old mosque on which it was built in the XV century. This is one of Spain´s top attracions. Seville was the capital of the Iberian Peninsula during the Almohad domination, it was its biggest mosque three centuries earlier. has two distinct styles, Muslim and Christian. In 1355, in Christian times, was
Why do we recommend The Real Alcazar of Seville? The Real Alcazar of Seville is a place where you can find one of the most spectacular constructions: the Pedro I Palace which has a Mudejar architectural style. It´s rooms give movies an authentic feel, like the Patio del Yeso or the wall of the Monteria Patio, that were rebuilt by Pedro I “The Cruel” after an earthquake destroyed part of it in the XIV century.
Why do we recommend Plaza de España? Another location worth mentioning is the Plaza de Espana, built for the Ibero-American exposition in 1929 and inaugurated by king Alfonso XIII. With a semicircular shape and made of brick, marble and pottery, this monument also has a Renaissance and baroque flare in its towers. It is called Plaza de España because of its blue and white benches that represent the 48 Spanish provinces, with their corresponding maps