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Seville Cathedral

By andrew clive at 2010-09-06 01:39:51
Mystery of Christopher Columbus

Seville Cathedral was the third largest church in Europe until a few years ago, before the construction of the Church of Christ the Redeemer in Moscow. However, when it was built in 1507, Cathedral of Santa Maria de la Sede was the greatest. Furthermore, it is still the biggest Gothic church. From 1987 it is under the protection of UNESCO.

Grandiose Gothic construction hides a lot, and the most famous is the tomb of Christopher Columbus. It is a monumental
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Playa de Sotavento 

By andrew clive at 2010-09-06 01:39:03
Fuerteventura  

The Canary Islands have magnificent beaches. Some of the most beautiful beaches are located on the island of Fuerteventura. This is a Spanish island and it is located in the Atlantic Ocean, near Morocco. This volcanic island is one of the biggest among the Canary Islands. Due to its very pleasant climate, this island got another name - “the Island of eternal spring.” Fuerteventura has many lovely beaches: Sotavento, Costa Calma, Barlovento and Morro Jable. All the beaches
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Monuments in Seville

By andrew clive at 2010-09-03 06:51:35
World Heritage Site

Indias archive – was built in the 16th century and has undergone a number of modifications over a period of time. Important documents depicting the Spanish relationship with American colonies are stored here. This was originally the Mercaderes Market and was built in 1572. Juan de Herrera was the architect whereas construction was done by Alonso de Vandelviva and Juan de Minjares.

Seville Cathedral – has been built on the site where a 12th century Great Mosque exis
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Monuments in Cordoba

By andrew clive at 2010-09-03 06:50:27
World Heritage Site

Fortress of the Christian Monarchs – is the residence of Isabella and Ferdinand, the Catholic Monarchs who ruled this fortress-palace for 8 years. Originally this palace was intended to be the residence of caliphs of Cordoba and then it became the Christian Monarchs’ palace. Later on it was used as inquisition headquarters, civil prison and lastly military prison. This palace had a number of beautiful gardens out of which the garden, Avenue of the Monarchs, displayed t
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Monuments in Valencia

By andrew clive at 2010-09-03 06:49:43
World Heritage Site

The Silk Exchange – is considered as the jewel of European Gothic civil architecture. This was built in the 15th century and is Valencia’s excellent Gothic monument. Major portion of the silk exchange was built between 1482 and 1492. It is similar to old medieval castles that had stone walls similar to that of the fortress. It consists of four parts – The Sea consulate room, tower, room of columns and orange tree patio.

Other Monuments

1.Quart Towers – is a
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