Alcázar, the world heritage of Sevilla

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Finally I can continue to show you my photos of Seville. This post is mainly about one of the most beautiful examples of the mundéjar architecture: The Alcázar of Seville. This was originally a Moorish fortress and it remains in really good condition through the centuries. I was fascinated by the rich details and decoration. I added some other pictures of Seville too, what I took after visiting the Alcázar.

Exit of the Cathedral also in mundéjar style


Arabic details in the Alcázar

Typical decoration in the Alcázar

The main dome

Moorish decoration in stone

Moorish arch

Blue brown and stone colors

Moorish beauty

Steps in the Alcázar garden

Christian details
The Alcázar garden
 
Stone lace

Moorish wood

Iron


New part of the Alcázar

Colored stone

The yard of the palace

Stairs

Spanish fan

Precise details

Guadalquivir

Like a festival

Torre del Oro

Spanish afternoon

Saints

Girls

Oranges

Horses

It is not Arabic

XoXo
Agi

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