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Seville is the cultural center of southern Spain, lies on the river Guadalquivir and is the capital of the province of the same name and the whole of Andalusia. With more than approximately 689,000 inhabitants, it is the 4th largest city in Spain (after Madrid, Barcelona and Valencia).
We have the first mention of Seville from the 9th century BC, later it was conquered by the Phoenicians and then by the Carthaginians, who brought the development of trade to the city. The oldest known form of the name Seville is Hisbaal, which refers to the god Baal and is of Phoenician origin.
In 206 BC, the Romans, led by General Scipione African, who gained his fame in the defeat of Hannibal, settled the area. After the discovery of America in 1492 by Christopher Columbus, Seville became the only port in Spain from which ships can sail to the New World and the only port where raw materials from America can be imported.
At the beginning of the 16th century, a university was built (1505), a famous cathedral where we can find the remains of Christopher Columbus, and the Indian Archive, where we can find all trade agreements with America, we can also find all documents about America's discovery Magalhães' travels around the world).
Now a royal palace, originally a Moorish fortress, but most of the modern Alcázar was built on the ruins of the Moorish palace by Pedro I of Castile (also known as Peter I the Cruel), who had it built by Moorish builders, so the Alcázar has an Islamic appearance. Charles V then had some Gothic elements added to the contrast with the Mudejar style (building in the Arabic style even after the reconquest).
Seville Cathedral is the 3rd largest cathedral in Europe (after St. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican and St. Paul's Cathedral in London). Construction of the cathedral began in 1402 and continued until the 16th century. It stands on the site of the original mosque, of which only the minaret - the Giralda - remains.
It also houses a sarcophagus with Columbus' remains, carried by life-size statues of four kings. However, the authenticity of the relics is often questioned, as the great seafarer is allegedly also buried in Santo Domingo.