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Archivo de indias
The General Archive of the Indies was born in 1785 by the King Charles III, because he wanted to collect in one place the documents coming from Indies , until then,it had been scattered in Simancas, Cadiz and Seville.
Its headquarters is the emblematic building of the Casa Lonja de Mercaderes Seville, Juan de Herrera was the architect .It has more than 43,000 files, with some eighty million pages of original documents, occupy eight linear kilometers of shelves. These funds are an exceptional source ta into more than three centuries of American history (from Tierra del Fuego to the southern United States) and Asia (Philippines).
Schedule September 16 to June 15:
Monday through Friday from 8:00 to 15:00
Schedule June 16 to September 15:
Monday through Friday from 8:00 to 14:30
Visiting hours of the exhibition is extended from Monday to Saturday from 9:30 to 17:00 h. and Sundays and holidays from 10:00 to 14:00 h.
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Address: Avenida de la Constitution
ZIP code: 41071
Torre del Oro ( Gold tower)
It was built between 1220 and 1221 by the Moroccan dynasty Almohad . it was formerly attached to the walls of the city and connected to a similar tower called Torre de Plata. The Torre del Oro received this name because it was covered with a mixture of mortar, lime and pressed straw that shined under the sunlight with a golden hue. Hence its name
Gold Tower has had many uses throughout its history. Originally it was used for surveillance, after the Christian conquest it served as chapel and later became a prison. Now in its interior we can find the Naval Museum of Seville.
The Real Alcazar
it's a essential monument in Seville ' la Real Alcazar" also known as Alcazar.
This complex of palaces was declared a World Heritage Site by the Cathedral and Archivo de Indias in 1987.it's Located in the center of Seville close to santa cruz's district . it receives more than 1 million visits per year. It is not only a place of great historical significance, but also constitutes one of the most beautiful and curious architectural ensembles in the country, mixing styles from Mudejar to the Renaissance.
CATHEDRAL OF SEVILLE
Seville Cathedral is the world's largest, after St. Peter's in the Vatican and San Pablo in London third. It is one of the last Gothic cathedrals in Spain, already showing evidence of the Renaissance style.
The cathedral is located where was the Great Mosque in the twelfth century. It was converted into a Christian church to conquer the city Ferdinand III of Castile in 1248. From the original mosque minaret remains, now known as the Giralda and the Patio de los Naranjos.
The Giralda is the bell tower of the Cathedral of Seville declared World Heritage Site since 1987 also stands out for its location and hist...
Plaza de españa
the plaza of Spain was built due to the ibero-american exhibition of 1929,symbol of the regionalist architecture highlighted by the successful combination of brick of its structure with tiles and various ornaments polychrome pottery.
The main attractions of the place is its semicircular lake, the twin towers, banks in which they appear, by tiles, the 48 Spanish provinces and its beautiful coffered ceiling.
Catedral de Sevilla ( cathedral of Seville)
Seville Cathedral, the world's third largest, is an encyclopedia of history. On its Roman base a Visigoth temple stood. Actually stay only "the Patio de los Naranjos" which in turn results heritage, along with the Giralda, the Moorish mosque on said Visigoth temple was built in time of Arab domination. However, the fundamental part, what we see today, began to be built after the Reconquest, in the eleventh century, lasting five centuries its construction. The predominant style is late Gothic and Plateresque, with important parts in Renaissance style. A highlight among its artistic treasures are the Flemish glass windows, the eleventh to the nineteenth century and the treasures of...