The city of Seville is a wonderful mixture between Spanish culture and Moroccan civilization in North Africa. It is considered one of the most beautiful European cities for its historical richness.
1- Al-Murraq Palace in Seville
The Palace of the Great or the Palace of the Blessed, as it is known as the Palace of Seville, was originally a fortress built by the Muslims in Seville, then turned into a palace for government, and it is the oldest royal palace still in use in Europe. UNESCO listed it as a World Heritage Site in 1987. The Arabs were the first to build the palace and they called it leafy in the same location as the current palace, the Seville Palace is located in the southeast of the city near the great church, and it was famous for its beautiful frescoes and luxurious columns inside, and it was built in the Andalusian architectural style, during your tour of the palace you must pick up a group of Photos and short videos to tell your loved ones what you have dressed for this wonderful place.
The Santa Cruz region is one of the most popular tourist areas in Seville, Spain. It is located in the east of the city and is bordered by the Grand Canyon River, and is one of the most amazing tourist places in all of Spain. It is characterized by a colossal and confused mix of civilizations, so we find it attracts thousands of tourists daily to enjoy its beauty, construction and multiple historical facilities. It is dotted with narrow alleys in which many old limestone houses meet, which differ in colors and shapes, but bear the character of the Maghreb countries, which makes the simple beauty of the Maghreb building overwhelming us with its unique colors, which makes the tour inside it a worthy experience. As for its houses, they are of a Maghreb character, represented in a large house yard in which some trees and ornamental plants were planted, overlooking two floors each floor carries four houses where the neighbors can live with each other within their own space and this is what was known as architecture previously.
2- Colorful Solar Metropole
Metropol Parasol is one of the most important features of Seville, and it is a giant wooden structure that takes the shape of a mushroom located in La Encarnación Square in the old quarter in the heart of the Plaza in the city of Seville, Spain’s most famous tourist city, this edifice was designed by the Spanish architectural designer Jorgan Mayer, where he finished Designed in April of 2011, the metropolitan height is about 85 feet, or 26 meters, and its width is 490 meters. The area on which the metropolitan is built reaches 18 thousand meters and is said to be the largest and largest wooden building in the world.
3- Maria Luisa Park
Maria Luisa Park is the natural face of the city of Seville, which reflects the bright and Mediterranean nature that the region is famous for, until it has turned into one of the most beautiful and most prominent tourist places in Seville, which are intended for thousands of tourists and locals permanently to escape from the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy the calm and relaxation. A vast area with pedestrian bridges as well as a number of freshwater fountains. In the middle of the park is the Palace of España, whose walls are characterized by engravings representing ancient Spanish art and taste, and this palace is now used for government purposes.
The Maria Luisa Park was not only established to be a garden, but to be a deep archaeological landmark very specific to Spain, as Maria Luisa donated it at the end of the nineteenth century accompanied by all the huge monuments inside it, and you can get to know the monument of Gustavo Odolfo Poker and the Miguel de Cervantes monument, which are the most famous Monuments in Seville.
4- Giralda Tower
It is a tower standing in Seville, Spain, and one of its most important landmarks. It was previously a minaret in the Great Mosque of the Almohad era, but today it has become a tower of bells, the Cathedral of Seville, which was founded by the Spaniards after the end of the rule of the Berbers of the Almohads of Seville. It is visited by tourists from all over the world. The height of the tower is 97.5 meters, this tower is distinguished by the remarkable cultural and architectural diversity in its design that combines the Islamic Arab civilization and the Western Christian civilization, the tower is available for visiting all days of the week from 11:00 am to 18:00 pm.
5- The Cordoba Mosque
The Cordoba Mosque is located on a rock dome in the southwest of the city of Cordoba in southern Spain, and its area is currently more than twenty-four thousand square meters. The mosque is characterized by containing ten rows of arches, and each row contains twelve arches focused on magnificent marble columns, and there is a mosque in the courtyard called the Orange Court or the Anzanj courtyard on the northern side of one of the doors of the mosque. The Islamic era in Andalusia, and the mosque was built in the year 169 AH (785 AD) by the Umayyads by order of the Umayyad Prince Abd al-Rahman al-Awsat after he bought the part of the church from the Romans and ordered it to be converted and rebuilt again. The Islamic Mosque of Cordoba was converted into a church in 2006 AD Under Spanish law, this angered Muslims in Spain, especially Muslims of Spanish origin, and demanded that it return a mosque and pray in it, and they made their voices heard by many bodies, the most important of which is UNESCO.
6- The Gold Tower
It is a military watchtower on the River El Kabir in Seville, in southern Spain. It was built during the era of the Almohad Caliphate for the purpose of controlling traffic to Seville and to Andalusia that crosses the Wadi Kabir River. Built in the first third of the thirteenth century. The tower was used as a prison during the Middle Ages and as a security fence to protect the precious metals that were brought by ships from South America after their discovery and from India. The tower has now become a museum of Islamic architecture that tourists come to from the East and the West, and it has some archaeological visual equipment. From the middle ages it was used in the navy and the discovery of the Americas. The museum also has models of the famous ships with which the Spaniards discovered the Americas in the fifteenth century, and some cannons from the seventeenth century.