In southern Spain you will find the legendary and lovely city of Seville. It is the fourth largest city in the country and capital of Andalusia. According to mythology, Hercules founded Seville as he sailed through the Strait of Gibraltar to the Atlantic. During its 2000 year history, it has been home to the Romans, Vandals and Visigoths, and its 800 years of Moorish influence is very present in its unique multi-cultural architecture.
Seville (Sevilla in Spanish) located on the Guadalquivir River was awarded the royal monopoly as the European port city for all trade and goods coming from the New World. In fact, at the Archivo de Indias (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) you will find a priceless collection of archives pertaining to the discovery of the Americas.
Seville is a vibrant and friendly city eager to share many of its cultural traditions including the famous birthplace of
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