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Seville- Pavilion of Navigation

Seville- Pavilion of Navigation

Grave Marker- Tomb of Christopher Columbus (Cristóbal Colón) in the Cathedral in Sevilla. The remains are borne by kings of Castile, Leon, Aragon and Navarre

The Many Tombs of Christoper Columbus

Tomb of Christopher Columbus, Seville Cathedral. The remains are carried on the shoulders of the monarchs who ruled over the kingdoms which at the time formed the actual Spain: Castile, Leon, Aragon and Navarra.

8. Dorne: Royal Alcázar of Seville, Spain

8 real-life 'Game of Thrones' destinations you can actually visit

le fleuron mudéjar de séville. Seville, Spain. In the fifth season, GoT viewers are finally introduced to Dorne, the southern most lands of Westeros and the most independent of the Seven Kingdoms. Prince Doran Martell, spends most of his day looking out onto his beloved water gardens. As the setting for the Martells’ home and seat of power, Alcázar de Sevilla provides a lavish backdrop, ideal for all the

In the fifth season, GoT viewers are finally introduced to Dorne, the southern most lands of Westeros and the most independent of the Seven Kingdoms. Prince Doran Martell, spends most of his day looking out o

The El Alcazar de Segovia ~ is a royal palace in Seville, Spain. Originally, a Moorish fort,

The El Alcazar de Segovia ~ is a royal palace in Seville, Spain. Originally, a Moorish fort,

Patio de las Doncellas. The name, meaning "The Courtyard of the Maidens", refers to the legend that the Moors demanded 100 virgins every year as tribute from Christian kingdoms in Iberia. Reales Alcázares de Sevilla (Royal Alcazars of Seville), the oldest royal palace still in use in Europe. #Spain

Patio de las Doncellas. The name, meaning "The Courtyard of the Maidens", refers to the legend that the Moors demanded 100 virgins every year as tribute from Christian kingdoms in Iberia. Reales Alcázares de Sevilla (Royal Alcazars of Seville), the oldest royal palace still in use in Europe. #Spain

Sevilla, Spain

La Giralda, bell tower of the Sevilla cathedral and minaret of the former mosque. its an admirable example of Moorish architecture

Joseph's Kingdom of Spain: Plate 1. 3rd Line Infantry Regiment (Seville), Officer, Field Uniform, 1811

Joseph's Kingdom of Spain: Plate Line Infantry Regiment (Seville), Officer, Field Uniform, 1811

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