From the church, Hilaldata can also climb to the 70-metre-high Hilaldata observation tower to get a panoramic view of Seville. The 98-metre-high bell tower is the most famous high-rise building in Spain for centuries and was selected as the World Heritage Site in 1987. Don Juan, Carmen, Columbus, Don Quixote, the birthplace of Flamingo Dance, the host of the 1992 World Expo, the famous literary city, Seville is such a fantastic city with stories written everywhere. You must come and see it whenever you have a chance. If you don't go out for a walk, you think this is the world! [Hiradata] Scenic Spot Location: Avenida de la Constituci &3; n, s/n, 41004, Sevilla Espa &1; a Ticket: Sevilla Cathedral Ticket includes the opening time of the tower from Monday to Saturday 11:00-17:00, Sunday 14:30-18:00, July, August Monday to Sunday 9:30-15:30
Nearly 100 meters high, Gilardata is the landmark of Seville. It can be seen anywhere in the city. Its Islamic style is due to the fact that it is presided over by the Amoad family, who are Islamists. There are 28 big bells on the top of the tower, which can tell the time with beautiful timbre. The tower can be climbed by a ramp that used to be bypassed by the king on horseback, and a panoramic view of the city of Seville can be enjoyed. There are many carriages in the back streets of the church actively visiting tourists.
Gilardata is located in the Cathedral of Seville, the tallest building in the old city of Seville, almost landmark. When you visit Seville Cathedral, you must remember to climb this tower to enjoy the scenery of the whole old Seville city. It's very beautiful! __________ A very recommended scenic spot!
Seville Cathedral was originally built for the Arab mosque. The Girarda Tower of the Cathedral was rebuilt as a bell tower on the basis of the minaret of the mosque. It is the oldest part of the cathedral and a good place to see the scenery. The Tower overlooks Seville and offers a panoramic view of the whole city ____________
Girarda Tower is a Moorish relic, 98 meters high, is part of the Seville Cathedral, from the bottom to the top of the tower without stairs, all of which are slopes. It is said that the former purpose was to ride horses directly up, look around after the top, relaxed and happy. Towers and churches are well worth visiting. In the off-season, you don't have to wait in long queues to go early (before the church opens). If there are many people in the peak season, you can buy a joint ticket to church of EI Salvador 500 meters away (about 8 minutes'walk). Both churches can be visited.
Girarda Tower, 97.5 meters high, is one of the landmarks of Seville. The tower is located in Seville Cathedral. If you buy tickets to the cathedral, you can go in and visit it. Visits are free on Sundays. The tower was built on a rotating slope, without steps, which made it easy for people to ride on the tower at that time. A total of 34 floors, it will take about 10 minutes to walk up. There are a lot of people on the top of the tower. It is suggested to circle around and take photos from the angle you like. The Moorish spire is still very beautiful, and you can see 28 bells.
Girarda Tower is a part of the Seville Cathedral. It is now used as a bell tower. The Seville Cathedral was built after the demolition of the original mosque built in the 7th century in 1400. It was completed in 1598. At that time, the minaret of the mosque was left, and the present bell tower-Girarda Tower was rebuilt. Therefore, one of the greatest characteristics of the church is to retain the characteristics of three buildings. The main body of the Gothic church, the Moorish minaret and the top part of the Baroque Bell Tower. The main door of the church is a metal wind vane for the goddess of faith. Another wind vane of the same size is on the top of the Girarda Tower next to it. The bell tower has a ramp for horseback riding, which is also a reflection of the Arab style.
Giralda - "Giralda is a part of Seville Cathedral. A square tower on the side of the cathedral was built on the top of the building. It was built in 1844. In the 16th century, a steeple was superimposed on the top of the tower. It was decorated with Renaissance wind vane, indicating "victory". The tower is 98 meters high and the wall of the tower has Arabic features. Patterns, the tower top bell tower has 25 bells, can walk up 70 meters high observation platform, a panoramic view of Seville, overlooking the bullfight.
In fact, the Girarda Tower was a minaret attached to the Sevilian Catholic Cathedral, which was still a mosque at that time. After the recovery movement, the mosque was rebuilt as a Catholic church, and the minaret was naturally rebuilt as a bell tower of the church. It's one of Sevilla's highest points. In order for the horse to go up, the ladder inside Gilardata is very wide. There are several sets of big bells on the top, which can be heard for four miles.
Gila Gardata, 101 metres high, is the vane of Seville. It is the most famous high-rise building in Spain for centuries. In 1987, it was selected as World Heritage Site. When you walk through the streets in Seville and don't know the southeast and northwest, you will never lose your way as long as you look up and use this tower as a benchmark. Gila Gardata is right next to Seville Cathedral and can climb up to see the whole of Seville. Saint Cross and Santa Cruz, the real Andalusian landscape, have a panoramic view.