This is the seat of Seville's archdiocese and the archbishop's residence. Located just across from Giralda (La) and ... More
This is the seat of Seville's archdiocese and the archbishop's residence. Located just across from Giralda (La) and 10m from the cathedral, the Archbishop's Palace has one of the best locations of the city. It is built on the site of an old 13th-century palace. Building work on the present place began in the 16th century.The collection of artistic treasures here is quite extraordinary, and includes works by the painters Zurbarán, Velázquez, Valdes Leal and Murillo. You can enter the palace only on certain occasions, such as the home-made cakes fair held before Christmas.
The most notable thing about this Sevillian house palace is that it is tiled with Roman mosaics brought from Itálica.
It has a central courtyard surrounded by columns, and three rooms containing a large number of valuable antiques. The ...
The current Archeological Museum of Seville traces its roots to the mid 19th Century, with the creation of a few
private collections that today have been integrated into the present museum. The Museum has three floors: in the bottom ...
Back in the Roman period, this square was (and still is) where important government buildings were found. On one side
is the Palace of the Generalitat (the government of the Autonomous Community of Catalonia) and on the other side ...
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