Photographs of Seville

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Photographs of Seville

Seville located in the southwest of Spain, is the capital city of Andalusia region, and is well known for its flamenco dancing.

Some major landmarks include the the Gothic cathedral where Christopher Columbus’s tomb is located at, Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza bullring, Alcázar castle complex, the Giralda tower for a spectacular view of the city and among other beautiful and unique buildings.

Legend says that Seville was founded by Hercules and is linked with an old tartessian civilization.

Statistics and facts

Seville has 11 districts, further divided into 108 neighborhoods
Average Yearly Temperature 25ºC (77ºF)
Geography Southwest Spain
Population Approx. 705,000
The town has a hot Mediterranean climate with more than 300 days of sun a year.
Seville is the fourth largest city in Spain.
Seville is home to Flamenco music
Seville is home to the famous Spanish bullfighting.
Two Roman Emperors were born in Seville, Trajan and Hadrian.

Photographs of Seville

Photographs of Seville
Flickr/By:Ed Schipul
Photographs of Seville
Flickr/By:Hans Pohl
Photographs of Seville
Flickr/By:Steve Major
Photographs of Seville
Flickr/By:Aapo Haapanen
Photographs of Seville
Flickr/By:Lanpernas 3.0
Photographs of Seville
Flickr/By:afloresm
Photographs of Seville
Flickr/By:Kristoffer Trolle
Photographs of Seville
Flickr/By:Juan Carlos Guijarro Moreno
Photographs of Seville
Flickr/By:Jorge Franganillo
Photographs of Seville
Flickr/By:Elliott Brown
Photographs of Seville
Flickr/By:F Delventhal
Photographs of Seville
Flickr/By:Nanak26
Photographs of Seville
Flickr/By:leoplus
Photographs of Seville
Flickr/By:Gilles Roy
Photographs of Seville
Flickr/By:Hans Pohl
Photographs of Seville
Flickr/By:Conan

 

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