The Holy Cross, also known as the Old Jewish District, is the old urban area of Seville. The former Jewish settlements, alleys, churches and buildings all have strong Jewish characteristics. After the 15th century, many nobles moved here, close to the cathedral. It belongs to a quiet, narrow alley, paved with stones and covered with orange trees. This is the scene of the city.
The Holy Cross is located in the heart of Seville. It is surrounded by the walls of the ancient palace. It consists of narrow alleys and alleys. It is the old city of Seville and an old Jewish settlement. Every Lane here is narrow, tall and intricate, but it has a unique style. You don't have to worry about going out of the labyrinth of sheep's intestines. Basically, every lane can be crossed into the main road.
The Saint Cross is the old city of Seville. It was once a wealthy area in Seville. Now it is the most worthwhile old city in Seville. The architectural style here is very beautiful, walking in the street, sunshine, super comfortable. Every now and then a pigeon flies over your head. Such a life can be described as romantic and pleasant, and it is worth experiencing!
Out of Seville Cathedral, I want to go to the Holy Cross. Passers-by can't help pointing at it. Nearby, the area is called the Holy Cross. We choose a lane to walk into the labyrinth-like streets and forget the fantastic old houses on both sides. The name of the Holy Cross comes from the Church of the Holy Cross, which was earlier located in the present place of the Holy Cross Square. The church was built in 1391 and flattened by the invading Napoleonic army in 1810. The square was built after 1918. The metal cross in the middle was moved from other places in the same year. It was originally a lamp post on Seville's ancient commercial street. We didn't find the square. Because some of the streets we passed were less than two metres wide, with only a line of blue sky on our head, we couldn't tell where we were going. In fact, I also enjoy this kind of arbitrary administration. I don't want to go to the scenic spots most, but to hang around in all kinds of small shops. The butcher shop usually displays a huge hamburger with layers of meat, ham, sausage and smoked bacon. The fog circulated in my heart "If I want to eat meat, I need to eat meat. Only when I am full can I have the strength to walk around the earth with you. " Finally, I bought a 3-euro bag of meat similar to smoked meat in the left shop. That satisfied look was caught by my companion and took six consecutive photos. The fog self-feeling was the most beautiful picture of my trip to Spain.
Santa Cruz: The old city, also known as the Holy Cross, used to be a Jewish settlement. The alleys, churches and buildings have strong Jewish characteristics. The main white tone with other tones reflects the quiet and peaceful beauty of life. It also interprets history and legends, and has a genuine folk customs. The famous Pilate House and the Old Priest Hospital (see also my comments) are located here. Casa de Pilatos: Spain's most prominent private palace, built in the 15th century, integrated with the Italian Renaissance and the Mudhal style of Spain, to do everything in luxury. There is a beautiful central courtyard in the palace, along the staircase with ceramic tiles, it is a large living place (there are many priceless treasures such as paintings, gold and silver utensils, furniture, porcelain, etc., no photography is allowed). The Palace also contains art treasures such as sculpture and sculpture. Several fine flowing fountains add a different scene to the palace. It is a real paradise on earth.
Seville's St. Cross is the oldest neighborhood in Seville. There are many places of interest in the area, such as Seville Cathedral, Alcazar, West India Archives, etc. Walk through the St. Cross, see Flamenco, and experience the Andalusian style! Nevertheless, the streets of the old city are crooked, not straight, so we should pay special attention not to lose our way.
The Holy Cross is full of narrow winding alleys, because Spain's sunshine is too strong, smart Jews built houses very close, so that they can use the shadows of houses to cover the sun. Close alleys, narrow roads, inconvenient traffic, many one-way roads, feel that self-driving is not appropriate. ?
Seville, the city of central Spain, is a very warm and lovely town. When I first entered the city, I found that besides its architecture, very retro and rich color, it is full of orange trees, fruits, red, especially lovely, and the fragrance of orange blossoms floating all over the streets and lanes.