16 Sights in Seville, Spain (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Seville, Spain. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 16 sights are available in Seville, Spain.

Sightseeing Tours in Seville

1. Reales Atarazanas

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Reales Atarazanas José Luis Filpo Cabana / CC BY 3.0

The Shipyards of Seville, which are currently preserved in the Arenal district, constituted the naval industry owned by the Crown of Castile in the city. They were operational between the thirteenth and fifteenth centuries.

Wikipedia: Atarazanas Reales de Sevilla (ES)

2. Costurero de la Reina

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Costurero de la Reina Yo soy el autor. Kilezz/QuiRóH / CC BY 2.5

The Costurero de la Reina is a building constructed in the late nineteenth century in the gardens of the Palace of San Telmo, now the Maria Luisa Park in Seville, Spain. This unique building takes the form of a small hexagonal castle with turrets at the corners.

Wikipedia: Costurero de la Reina (EN)

3. General Archive of the Indies

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The Archivo General de Indias, housed in the ancient merchants' exchange of Seville, Spain, the Casa Lonja de Mercaderes, is the repository of extremely valuable archival documents illustrating the history of the Spanish Empire in the Americas and Asia. The building itself, an unusually serene and Italianate example of Spanish Renaissance architecture, was designed by Juan de Herrera. This structure and its contents were registered in 1987 by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site together with the adjoining Seville Cathedral and the Alcázar of Seville.

Wikipedia: General Archive of the Indies (EN)

4. Plaza de España

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The Plaza de España is a plaza in the Parque de María Luisa, in Seville, Spain. It was built in 1928 for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929. It is a landmark example of Regionalism Architecture, mixing elements of the Baroque Revival, Renaissance Revival and Moorish Revival (Neo-Mudéjar) styles of Spanish architecture.

Wikipedia: Plaza de España, Seville (EN)

5. Teatro Lope de Vega

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The Lope de Vega Theatre is a small Baroque Revival theatre that was built for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929 in Seville, Spain, in the same building as the Exhibition Casino. It stands in the Maria Luisa Park just north of the Pavilion of Peru. The theater is named after the famous 16th-century Spanish playwright Lope de Vega. After the exposition the theatre had a mixed history. It suffered damage from fire and flood. At times it was closed and at times was partially restored and reopened. The building has been used as a hospital and as a trade show venue. Following its most recent renovation the theatre has become one of Seville's most important centres for cultural events.

Wikipedia: Teatro Lope de Vega (Seville) (EN)

6. Puerta de la Macarena

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The Puerta de la Macarena, also known as Arco de la Macarena, is one of the only three city gates that remain today of the original walls of Seville, alongside the Postigo del Aceite and the Puerta de Córdoba. It is located in the calle Resolana, within the barrio de San Gil, which belongs to the district of Casco Antiguo of the city of Seville, in Andalusia, Spain. The gate faces the Basílica de La Macarena, which houses the image of the Our Lady of la Esperanza Macarena, one of the most characteristic images of the Holy Week in Seville.

Wikipedia: Macarena Gate (EN)

7. Muralla-Acueducto

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The Caños de Carmona is a Roman aqueduct built during the first century BC to supply water from a spring in the ancient Roman city of Irippo –current Alcalá de Guadaíra– to the ancient Roman city of Hispalis –current Seville–, both in the ancient Roman province of Hispania Ulterior –current Spain–. It was later renovated and partially re-built in the twelfth century by the Almohads and it was fully operational until its demolition in 1912. Some sections survived the demolition and remain standing today.

Wikipedia: Caños de Carmona (EN)

8. Torre Abd el Aziz

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The Tower of Abd al-Aziz is an Almohad tower of hexagonal shape located in the Andalusian city of Seville (Spain). It was one of the vertices of the city wall, which linked with the walls of the palaces of that area, such as the nearby Real Alcázar. It has also been called Torre del Homenaje, but not because it is the central tower of a great fortress, but because of a legend that says that this was the first place where the Castilian banner flew after the conquest of the city in 1248.

Wikipedia: Torre Abd el Aziz (ES)

9. Alcázar of Seville

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Alcázar of SevilleAjay Suresh from New York, NY, USA / CC BY 2.0

The Royal Alcázars of Seville, historically known as al-Qasr al-Muriq and commonly known as the Alcázar of Seville, is a royal palace in Seville, Spain, built for the Christian king Peter of Castile. It was built by Castilian Christians on the site of an Abbadid Muslim alcazar, or residential fortress. The fortress was destroyed after the Christian conquest of Seville in 1248.

Wikipedia: Alcázar of Seville (EN), Website

10. Monumento a La Raza

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The Monumento a la Raza is an outdoor marble monument in the city of Seville, Andalusia, Spain. It is installed along María Luisa Park. It was inaugurated on 12 October 1929—the Día de la Hispanidad. It has written part of the 1905 poem "Salutación del optimista", written by Nicaraguan poet Rubén Darío (1867–1916).

Wikipedia: Monumento a la Raza (Seville) (EN)

11. Archaeological Museum of Seville

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The Archeological Museum of Seville is a museum in Seville, southern Spain, housed in the Pabellón del Renacimiento, one of the pavilions designed by the architect Aníbal González. These pavilions at the Plaza de España were created for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929.

Wikipedia: Archeological Museum of Seville (EN), Website

12. Fuente de las Ranas

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The fountain of the Frogs is an urban fountain of Spain located in the park of María Luisa in Seville, it is the oldest fountain of the entire enclosure, dating from 1914, date in which it began to become a park what were previously the gardens of San Telmo.

Wikipedia: Fuente de las Ranas (Sevilla) (ES)

13. Triunfo de Nuestra Señora del Patrocinio

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The Plaza del Triunfo in the Spanish city of Seville is located on the axis of a set of buildings declared a World Heritage Site in 1987: the General Archive of the Indies, the Real Alcázar of Seville and the Cathedral of Seville.

Wikipedia: Plaza del Triunfo (Sevilla) (ES)

14. El Cid Campeador

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The monument to the Cid Campeador or sculpture of El Cid is a monument consisting of a bronze equestrian sculpture representing the Cid Campeador, made by Anna Hyatt Huntington in 1927 on a stone plinth completed in 1929.

Wikipedia: Monumento al Cid Campeador (Sevilla) (ES)

15. Monumento a Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer

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The Bécquer roundabout is located in Maria Luisa Park, Seville, Andalusia, Spain. In it, around a cypress of the marshes, there is a monument in white marble and bronze dedicated to the poet Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer.

Wikipedia: Glorieta de Bécquer (Sevilla) (ES)

16. Andalucía de los Niños

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Andalucía de los Niños

The Children's Andalusia is a small enclosure with models of some of the main monuments of Andalusia, created for the Universal Exhibition of 1992. It is located on the Isla de la Cartuja in Seville, Spain.

Wikipedia: Andalucía de los Niños (Sevilla) (ES)


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