In Photography/ Seville/ Spain

Seville Architecture In Photos

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It’s a cliché, but Seville took our breath away. Within a couple of hours of arriving we were already envious of the lucky people who got to live in this stunning Andalusian city, with its attractive squares, tidy streets and ornate houses. The whole city centre is perfectly preserved, buildings are carefully restored and the public gardens are well looked after.

The city’s diverse heritage is so rich that it’s reflected in its monuments, squares and streets – going back all the way to the 8th century, when Seville was under Moorish influence, and construction of the Alcazar began, to the 13th century when the Castillans erected the city’s cathedral and expanded the Real Alcazar to the unique place it is today.

The streets and buildings are immaculate, proud and full of detail – there’s no expense spared here. Even the plainest of windows will feature a line of Andalusian tiles, or a row of flower pots. There’s a lot of love on show here. I’ve run out of adjectives to illustrate our experience, so will let you see it for yourself in our photos below – hope you enjoy and that it inspires you to travel to Seville…

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