Leow Cheng LamSeville Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Serville. It is the largest Gothic and the third-largest church in the world. It was registered in 1987 by UNESCO as a world Heritage Site.
139***02It is a must to watch a flamenco dance in Seville. It is very exciting. Street performances and theater performances are not comparable. Here you can learn about flamenco dance first, and then watch a performance.
chengse12135Don''t know how many matador who had died in here, most of them are very young. Can''t understand why the spaniards love, perhaps history makes this country has experienced too much aggression against plunder the civil war. This way of fighting bull fighting, show the strength and skill, to stimulate the original of the Spanish for long wild, wild fiercely fight fight, like flamenco comes from life sorrow, actually in the expression of anger
Plaza de toros de la Real Maestranza de Caballería de SevillaProvince of Sevilla,Spain
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Jan 25, 2021 Area Metropolitana de Sevilla Weather:Mostly Cloudy, Northeasterly Wind:0-10 kph, Humidity:64%, Sunrise/Sunset:08:33/18:40
Area Metropolitana de Sevilla Driving:Suitable, Running:Suitable, Cycling:Suitable
Seville is probably one of the most beautiful cities in Andalusia. You should plan to spend at least 4 days there.
So here are some tips if you don't know this beautiful city yet. Of course you will have to visit the must-see places, such as the Casa de Pilatos, a beautiful palace that I advise you to visit at the end of the day before sunset because the light is amazing at this time of the day. You will also visit the Royal Alcazar, a palace with Moorish architecture. But first of all, book your ticket in advance to avoid wasting too much time. Count 2 to 3 hours for the visit of the rooms as well as a stroll in its superb gardens. Some scenes from Game of Thrones were filmed here.
The other iconic place in Seville is the Plaza de Espana. It's best to get there early in the morning to avoid the crowds which can be very large.
Seville is also the perfect city to take great pictures. #awesomepic #unforgettableexperiences #couplestrip #instagramworthydestinations #movielocations #seville
Seville, the most famous of the flamenco dance is here.
Although you can see a variety of Gothic architecture every day, but the style is different, all kinds of shapes, the film is particularly enjoyable.
Spain moved the subway to the road. Its name is a car. When there is no car, pedestrians can walk freely.
Every afternoon in the streets, you can see the Spanish who have already got off work, drinking small wine and eating snacks. This kind of life is too comfortable!
Coming to Severia, walk into the Seville Cathedral, one of the five cathedrals of the world, built on the site of the 15th century mosque. It contains a strong religious atmosphere and a sense of faith. In the morning, in front of the church where people come and go, the believers are doing the most sincere prayer. Under the radiance of the morning sun, the Seville church stands quietly in front of it, with golden walls and incomparable walls. The complex and subtle shape, the carving and hollowing on the walls, every detail, every corner shows luxury, hehe. The architectural style with Spanish characteristics echoes the whole city, and it will not be cumbersome or even awkward. After entering, there are still fewer people to join the tower. The entrance is in a corner of the cathedral hall. The road to the tower is a rotating slope. There is no step (it is said that the horse rider can ride all the way to the top). To go 34 layers, each layer has a number that shows the number of layers. Up to the top of the tower is a square clock tower platform with many big clocks hanging above it! There are more people at the top of the tower, and you need to wait patiently for the vacancy in the scenery. It is recommended to take a circle and see the city of Seville. There are different views in the four directions. The city of Seville is dominated by houses with white faades. There are not many high-rise buildings, and the old town is unobstructed!
Located near Serviile in Spain, Andalusia is known for it unique Hispano-Moorish architecture. The influences are throughout the city and make for an enjoyable afternoon of sightseeing. Wear comfortable shoes. #wintergetaway
The Jewish quarter is the heart of Seville and the old town of Seville, where the most famous sights are concentrated.
Come to the birthplace of Flamengo and of course enjoy an original flamenco show. This CASA DE LA GUITARRA is one of the most popular flamenco performance venues in the area. This is a dedicated flamenco performance venue, and the performance of almost an hour is wonderful.
The biggest feeling for Seville:
The church is surprisingly big, after all, the world is third.
The carriage is much more surprising, and a very small intersection can fly out of the car.
Sunset is amazingly good, and there are many good weather all year round.
Flamingo dance is surprisingly moving, the applause in the small theater is constantly smashing
stewing oxtail and sangria wines are delicious and delicious, you know me, dont like to eat Only when it is so delicious, will it be dried, not to mention wine. This wine is better than any drink!
Also, that day, I was surprisingly lively and happy.
On the first day of Seville, come to the iconic building of Seville. The city's parasols with modern art style and the surrounding ancient Spanish architecture show a striking contrast. In the square, Guangben Binzhi is as simple and unobtrusive as the building. The smooth curve shape and the overall hollow design show the simple nature of modern art. This futuristic building in the ancient city of Seville, with nearly 5,000 square meters of honeycomb-like wooden roof, makes it the world's largest wooden structure, supporting a small parasol for small town residents. During the day, people can hold various trade fairs and cultural activities under the protection of the magical "big umbrella". At night, the building will emit beautiful lights and become a gorgeous stage for the city nightlife.
Seville's world-famous wine "Snow" is the birthplace; the southern region is a transportation hub; the city side has many ancient buildings with imposing Huihong. The
literary masterpiece "Don Quixote" was written in the city, the birthplace of the famous "Flamengo Dance"; the west side shows the dynamic modern urban style, greening, wide streets, Beautiful and tidy, the tourism industry is very prosperous, with one of the four major tourist areas of Spain, the Costa del Sol, across the province of Magala. In 1992, an international fair was held here. Today, it remains a major economic, trade, tourism and cultural center in southern Spain. The University of Seville is also here. The current population is about 700,000. General Castilian. Most of the residents believe in Catholicism.
Many buildings in the Santa Croce area are left by the Jews. In 1248, when Ferdinand III regained Seville, the Jews of the city were concentrated here, forming the second largest Jewish settlement in the Iberian Peninsula after Toledo. In 1483, a large-scale expulsion of Jews took place in Spain. In 1492, the Catholic Kings issued the Alhambra script, ordering all Spanish Jews and Muslims to leave Spain within four months if they did not convert to Catholicism, and they were not allowed to leave the country. Since then, the Spanish Jews have gone down together with this neighborhood. At the beginning of the 19th century, people began to rebuild and revitalize this block, and Matt Osgargo Street was expanded at that time. In the past, clever Jews built the streets here to protect themselves from the blazing sun and the cool air in the summer to create a cool breeze, giving the impression of being in a maze. Some of the streets we walked were still less than two meters wide, and there was only a blue sky on the head, which made it impossible to distinguish the position.