At the beginning of March, I was lucky enough to travel to Seville, Spain, for work.  We landed on Sunday, February 8, and after dropping off our bags and taking a shower to wake up, we went out to explore the city.  First stop was the Alcázar. 

 

Patio de las Doncellas hero

 

Originally built by the Moors in the 10th century, the Alcázar was rebuilt as a Christian palace in the 14th century.  Christian, yes, but definitely built in a Moorish style.  It definitely felt more exotic than anything I’ve seen in northern Europe.  

 

The photos were all taken with my SLR.  

 

 

Click here to see the album.

 

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