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Royal Alcázars of Seville

Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Alcazar in Seville is a fortified palace built in Seville, Spain. The walls surrounding the historic complex as well as the various patios reveal the Moorish architectural style. The palace of Peter I is simply the most complete Mudejare architecture in Spain. Several important works are on display in the palace, including "The Inauguration of the Ibero-American Exhibition" by Alfonso Grosso and "The Last Moments of the Life of San Fernando" by Virgilio Mattoni. The Alcazar of Seville is sublimated by fountains and a garden of palms and orange trees.
Royal Alcázars of Seville

FAQs for Royal Alcázars of Seville

  • Which princess celebrated her nuptials at the Alcazar in Seville?
    Princess Elena, daughter of King Juan Carlos I, celebrated her nuptials at the Alcazar in Seville where she married Jaime de Marichalar.

  • Is there a musical event at the Alcazar in Seville?
    "Nights in the Gardens of the Alcazar" is a musical event featuring concerts of flamenco, classical music and world music.