Spain, Seville... The Archbishop's Palace is an important part of the Cathedral of Seville. There are a lot of oil paintings and spiritual altars.
The church is tall and solemn, and for people like me who are totally insensitive to religion, it also has irresistible magic. Most noteworthy of all, we must climb to the top of the bell tower. At the same time, more than twenty bells of all sizes and sizes ring together. We can see their connection and mode of operation. In addition, we can see the panorama of Sevilla on all sides. We can also overlook the Gothic spires of the church, which is very beautiful.
Before entering, they were deterred by the height of the beams and columns. If Gaudi's church is about brains, Vatican's church is about magnificence, Seville's church is about dignity and momentum. The tickets for the Sevilla Church are different from those for the Holy Family Church, which includes the cost of climbing the tower. Starting from the corner of the church, there are no stone steps or elevators. They climb by foot. After turning 34 bends, they can climb the top. Here, you can clearly see the whole of Sevilla. The green-planted backyard of the church, where the exit is also located
The Archbishop Palace is very complex and magnificent. It is a classic building. After reading it, it is very shocking. The Archbishop's Palace has a history of several hundred years. It looks spectacular. The frescoes inside the church are very elegant and worth visiting.
The Archbishop Palace, located in the east of Seville Cathedral, is a magnificent building full of power. Here, once the residence of the Archbishop of Seville, his walls are bright red and yellow colours, with a strong Spanish flavor, the internal collection of a large number of precious Sevilian works of art, but currently not open to the public.
The Catedral de Sevilla is the first Gothic church and the third Christian Church in the world. It is the most famous place in the world. It was first built in the 12th century and completed all the construction projects in the 17th century. Its architectural style is mainly Gothic. It is located near the Royal Palace of Sevilla and has a magnificent appearance. The interior is tall but old and less luxurious, inferior to Madrid's Almudna Cathedral.
Very orthodox churches, but also very shocking, and the Church of Saint Family is not a style. But it's solemn.
Very beautiful palace, leaving a deep impression, let people immerse in it for a long time, unwilling to leave.