The Seville Cathedral in Seville, Spain, is one of the grandest and most elaborate buildings in all of Europe, with a complex history behind it.
The building was completed in the sixteenth century, and for a time, it was the largest church in the world. One of the reasons behind the cathedral was to display to the world the wealth of the city of Seville. The architecture of the cathedral is stunning, both within and without.
No expense was spared during the construction, and the building required the work of countless artists, masons, and laborers. Today the building is designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.Places nearby:
La Giralda: Seville's Iconic Bell Tower 0 km / 0 mi
The Alcazar of Seville: A Beautiful Royal Palace 0 km / 0 mi
Torre del Oro: The 13th century watchtower of Seville turned to naval museum 0 km / 0 mi
Maria Luisa Park: Seville's Principal Green Area 1 km / 0 mi
Mercado Central, Cadiz: The sausage, the jamon, the bluefin tuna and so much more! 98 km / 61 mi