Architectural Buildings in Seville

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Architectural Buildings in Seville

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  • Mav C
    8 contributions
    A must this place is amazing and crazy beautiful. the titles, the ceramic, the spontaneous tap dancers and flamenco. the park is also beautiful
    Written 23 May 2022
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  • Mike H
    Nottingham, UK34 contributions
    This is part of the cathedral tour and is the first part. Its a bit of a hike up the ramps to the top but well worth the visit.
    Written 2 May 2022
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  • Gerry U
    Glastonbury, UK79 contributions
    Firstly, this is a beautful building ( an ex covent apparently) - the courtyards are lovely.
    The artwork is mostly 'religious' from the medival period 476 - 1453. This makes up 95% 0f the exhibition. So, you have Jesus on the cross, Mary , the disiciples, lots of angelic cherubs fluttering around, and lots of prominent members of the churh etc.
    Not really my type of art if I'm honest , but of course, it may be one of yours.
    Worth Going? Yes, it's reasonably close to town and an hour well spent to see this important Spanish art work.
    Written 23 May 2022
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  • Catalina J
    1 contribution
    It was the most beautiful place I saw in Seville. Very interesting merge of styles. Beautiful gardens. Intriguing painting of woman with beard. Roman statue. Muslim tiles.
    Written 4 May 2022
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  • Tomáš F
    Brno, Czech Republic1 contribution
    Impressive building, stunning view, nice night show. But it is visible,that the structure would welcome some cleaning, repairs as some of the segments were not functional. Definitely go to see the short movie first
    Written 23 May 2022
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  • ClaudiaWood52
    Osoyoos, Canada1,493 contributions
    Worth an hour or so wandering through. The display that was on was very well done and interesting. Not sure if this was a temporary or permanent display.
    Written 6 February 2020
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  • Sarah
    Geneva, Switzerland122 contributions
    Very interesting building and museum to learn more about the history of Sevilla, the importance of trade and navy throughout the centuries.
    Written 5 April 2022
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  • Ogi0
    Sofia, Bulgaria18,321 contributions
    Beautiful and interesting building near the city hall. I think it was built in the early 20th century and belonged to the insurance company of the same name.
    Written 12 April 2022
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  • Stephanie Estep
    Germantown, TN6 contributions
    We stumbled upon Casa Fabiola by chance. Totally enjoyed our visit. The architecture was amazing. The art collection was spectacular. I didn’t get the lady manager/curators name but wish I had. I commented to her how much we enjoyed our visit and she gave us a free postcard as we left. Thanks so much.
    Written 12 September 2021
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  • Manuel A
    Paris, France166 contributions
    Monasterio de Sta Maria de las Cuevas.
    Monastery of Santa Maria of the Caves
    CAAC ( Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporaneo )
    Andalous Center for Contemporary Art.
    The Spanish overflow of baroque art dries up over here, in a few chapels, nicely and rather plainly decorated, and gives modernity vast white empty walls, vast glaring courtyard, as empty, as walls, and surprising barren gardens, north side of the building.
    1- You will admire, a few yards from the entry, THE tree, planted by Hernando, son of Columbus, a few steps away from the white statue of his father, face closed, tree of the plant family of the bread fruit tree, coming from the East, later quite scattered, widespread through Brazil - so much to take place of local species - in order to easily feed with its abundant fruits black slaves.
    This tree, planted about the beginning of the 16th Century, in front of the monastery where Columbus retired to preparing his 2nd expedition, is a
    unique MONUMENT ( in latin: "monumentum" is some construction or work made to remember) spreading its huge boughs like a heavy basket gown falling to the ground. This extraordinary tree, the fruit of which tastes between mango and orange, the long clusters of flowers of which bring through the air a very heady perfume, but this tree, also, swollen with burrs, old hard sore cancers, sort of horrible buboes, this tree of which I admire the monstrous splendor, the secular beauty, I must weigh out its good refreshing shadow from the deep dark shadow of men history around it. The son of that very intelligent loon, Christopher Columbus, who reduced the world with his little prejudices and common sense, tortured and consciously slaughtered natives he met, because they didn't fit with his obtuse ways of conceiving Christianity, the son, deserving inheritor of his father, inaugurated modern human trafficking, and "thanks" to slavery renewed, could exploit new lands his father had annexed.
    I admire and appreciate the good shadow of the tree, but I feel I can see blood obnoxiously oozing from the memory deep rooted in that place.

    2 - farther, the Art Center. austere and hardly used. Exhibitions full of empty, on the fringe of what contemporary art could find and show up. Many words, too full boards of explanations for too empty works and numerous nothings. I'm afraid they failed in being another Tate, or Beaubourg. They still can "rerun".... the place has many opportunities.

    3- Now, you cross the first courtyard. on the left, the back entry, with a very beautiful chapel opening here, in the passage. Nice ancient altarpiece; and if you can find it opened, just on the left, a little room, with a modern "retable" made of invented "exvotos". Admirable technique, fantasy, invention have met on that beautifully colored masterpiece.

    4- Then, you come back in the court yard and go left to the café-bar and terrace you will find behind . BUT if you are not too tired and thirsty, if you like DESERT, go on farther to the gardens that extend beyond.
    An ensemble of ancient orchards for olive trees, vines, peach trees and others, that you cross on concrete straight paths, turning by obtuses angles, edged by little irrigation channels, and lines of great cypress. Left to themselves - what's not nothing! - they are undeniably noble. Here and there you will find sorts of "fabriques", little pavillons, or little raised terraces. The most interesting is a sort of tower. opened on 4 sides, by large arcades, with one floor, and hanging from the inner balcony of the mezzanine, a double bead curtain, 10 meters high, that gives you an invaluable impression. You easily enter through those strings of dark violet beads. When "in", you easily can see outside through the curtains. But that gives you the exact feeling of what are "inside" and "outside", feeling and concept, in the same time....
    Now you can go backward to the bar and have a drink you have deserved!
    Good day...
    Written 27 July 2019
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  • ashleyB_187
    Mickleton, UK362 contributions
    We were lucky enough to be part of a Buisness tour which held a cocktail evening at this rooftop bar / observation deck.

    The first thing to note is it’s two lifts to get there - and without a lift attendant it can be tricky to understand how you get there (it takes some walking around - asking people / getting out at wrong floors etc!).

    It’s only open to hotel guests or private use.

    The views are fantastic but we can imagine getting public transport here is a nightmare as it is outside of the city.

    The deck has etched into the glass viewpoints making it easy to see the sights. It’s also a wind tunnel at the top due to the alfresco roofing.

    Food and drink were fantastic though.

    It seems a shame that it’s limited in location and accessibility hence the review being averages
    Written 17 June 2019
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  • Dimitris L
    Sydney, Australia39,006 contributions
    We used Santa Justa Railway Station to catch a train to Cordoba. We did not find it particularly complicated to get around. It was quite simple to find our way around and to get to the correct platform and catch the right train. There is an abundance of information signs, and there are plenty of shops as well where you can buy things you need in a hurry. This station was constructed as part of the works leading up to the International Expo held in Seville, in 1992. It started operating in 1991.
    Written 18 April 2020
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  • Dimitris L
    Sydney, Australia39,006 contributions
    We came across this interesting structure while walking towards Plaza de Espana and the Parque de Maria Luisa. Costurero de la Reina is sure different from other buildings and looks quite stocky. It is a hexagonal tower with little turrets at each corner. It's a 19th century building and now houses a tourist Information office as well as conferences and meetings. Worth a fleeting look.
    Written 11 April 2020
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  • Bill R
    Coffs Harbour, Australia1,121 contributions
    Watch out for the falling oranges if you can find this little plaza. This is apparently where people went in hope of finding a partner!
    Written 6 July 2019
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  • Elizabeth F
    Seville, Spain105 contributions
    This casa palacio is little known but well worth visiting not only for its architecture but also because it contains an interesting collection of Far Eastern art (Chinese and Japanese). The visit to the art collection is included in the entrance fee (7 euros). Currently the building is open to visitors on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 11 am and 1 pm.
    Written 31 July 2017
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