Seville Is Ahead of the Curve

 

Lovely Seville is not content to rest on its antique laurels. The Metropol Parasol is said to be the largest wooden structure in the world and its gracious platform allows visitors a 360-degree  view of the city.

  

Well, have you ever seen such a gorgeous display of fresh fruit and vegetables? Por favor, coja su turno, take your turn!

 

There is nothing square about Seville. Its round surfaces are a delight.

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Below, entrance to Real Alcázar and history lesson for school kids:

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 Giralda Tower at night, below:

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The cathedral and La Giralda panoramic from hotel rooftop:

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About mondotwisto

MondoTwisto is a widely traveled writer, editor and photographer based in New York City. All photos on this blog are copyrighted and cannot be used for publication in the press or on the web without his permission.
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