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Art lovers

FOR ART LOVERS DISCOVER SEVILLE ...


Sevilla has been enriched over the centuries as the Islamic civilizations, tartessos, Visigoth and Romanesque have made a city of great cultural and monumental wealth.

Remains Visigoths, Muslims and Roman Hispanic exposed in the Archaeological Museum which invites us on a journey from prehistoric times to the Roman era. In the same neo-Renaissance building designed by the architect Anibal Gonzalez, in the same America Square at the south end of the Park of Maria Luisa, we find the Museum of Traditions and Popular Arts, collections variety of anthropological aspect and ethnographic .

The Museum of Fine Arts is located in the Museum Square in the building that belonged to the old convent of La Merced Calzada. It is the second art gallery in Spain. The museum contains masterpieces by Diego Velázquez, Francisco Zurbaran and Bartolomé Esteban Murillo, plus magnificent collections of Flemish, Italian, Dutch and Spanish both medieval and contemporary painting. For any reason during your stay in Seville you can miss this wonderful museum.

They should also see the Naval Museum, not only because inside houses models, engravings, navigational instruments, marine charts and historical curiosities but because it is located in the famous Torre del Oro, built in the thirteenth century by the last Almohad governor Abu l-Ul and had defensive character, because from his foot to the other side of the river a chain that closed the entrance to the port was available. It owes its name to the lining of golden tiles had.

Interesting are also the Bullfighting Museum, located in the Royal Cavalry (Plaza de Toros de Sevilla), the Carriage Museum, where you can see a detailed collection of vehicles shot and the Museum of Flamenco, where you will find the password this magical world. Undoubtedly, it is the ideal place to know and understand this dance and its strong penetration in the Andalusian culture.