It took almost 400 years to build Spain's largest church and the third biggest in the Christian world. Standing on the ... More
Sevilla Cathedral (Catedral de Santa María de la Sede)
It took almost 400 years to build Spain's largest church and the third biggest in the Christian world. Standing on the site of what was Seville's main mosque, one can still see elements of the Mudejar style of art and late Gothic style architecture. Work began in the early 15th century, and by the time it was finished, it had five naves with a floor space measuring 116m x 76m. There is an astounding number of fine paintings and sculpture inside.
The present owners, the dukes of Segorve, have carpeted and furnished the rooms in classical Castilian style. Request an interior
facing bedroom and you'll overlook the delightful Andalusian patio full of flowers. The exterior rooms face onto the street. ...
A fine example of 18th century Ecclesiastic architecture, the facade is full of columns, niches and other baroque embellishments, in
contrast to the asymmetry of the spires. Close to the sea and dominating one of the main squares within ...
Typical Sevillian building Old part of town. Amenities:Air Conditioning (In Room). Refrigerator. Telephone. Television (Cable/Satellite). Microwave Oven. Television. Daily Maid
Service. Safe (In Room). Coffee Maker. Kitchen/Kitchenette. Balcony/Terrace. Hotel Details:22 Rooms / 2 Floors. Built in 1992. Laundry/ ...