The Giralda Tower is a landmark of Seville, and this 98-meter-high building can be seen no matter where in the city. The tower was built by the Islamic Amoad family at the end of the 12th century. It has a strong Islamic style. The spire is very small when looking up from the tower. In fact, it is a bronze statue of 4 meters high and weighing 1288 kilograms. It will turn back and forth, and the 28 large clocks on the top of the tower can still tell the time for the residents of Seville with beautiful tones. The 70-meter-high observation deck is the perfect place to take in the view of the city of Seville or to confirm the exact location of the attractions you are planning to visit. However, there are no steps in the tower, only a ramp that is said to have been used by the king on horseback in the past. There are also hundreds of ancient carriages outside the church for tourists to rent.