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Puerta del Perdón (Door of Forgiveness) in Seville Cathedral, Spain. It belonged to the ancient mosque and retains its horseshoe arch shape from that time. In the early 16th century it was adorned with terracotta sculptures by the sculptor Miguel Perrin, highlighting the great relief of the Purification on the entrance arch. The plaster ornaments were made by Bartolomé López.
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Sevilla : Casa de Pilatos - Azulejos (Titles) | La Casa de Pilatos (Pilate's House, 16th-17th centuries) is an Andalusian palace in Seville, which serves as the permanent residence of the Dukes of Medinaceli. The building is a mixture of Renaissance Italian and Mudéjar Spanish styles. It is considered the prototype of the Andalusian palace.
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Real Iglesia de Santa Ana (Royal Church of Santa Ana) in Triana, Seville, Spain. It was the first Catholic church built in Seville after Muslim rule ended in the city in 1248; its architecture combines early Gothic and Mudéjar styles. Constructed by order of Alfonso X, it contains an impressive altar piece painted by Pedro de Campaña. (by Nacho Coca)
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El Baile de los Seises de Sevilla es una antigua tradición que se remonta a mediados del siglo XV y se repite en el Corpus, en el Día de la Inmaculada y en el Triduo de Carnaval / The Dance of the Seises of Seville is a former tradition that goes back to the middle of the 15th century. It happens during Corpus Festivity, the Day of the Immaculate Conception and the "Triduo de Carnaval". Sevilla, España #Spain
Calle Alemanes (Germans Street), Sevilla, Spain. It owes its name to that, since the middle ages, the merchants of German origin were seated in. It was also called "street of the bleachers", which they have along the facade of the Patio de los Naranjos flanking the known as the "Door of Forgiveness", which includes a valuable gate of Almohad architecture and horseshoe arch.
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Azulejos / Titles in Seville, Spain. The art was introduced to Portugal, via Spain. The word azulejo is derived from the Arabic word الزليج (al zulayj): zellige, meaning "polished stone". The Spanish city of Seville had become the major centre of the Hispano-Moresque title industry, employing the old techniques of cuerda seca ('dry string') and cuenca.
The Giralda is the bell tower of the Cathedral of Seville. The Giralda is the former minaret of the mosque that stood on the site under Muslim rule, and was built to resemble the minaret of the Koutoubia Mosque in Marrakech, Morocco. It was converted into a bell tower for the cathedral after the Reconquista, although the topmost section dates from the Renaissance. It was registered in 1987 as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. #Spain