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.
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.