Travel: Carmona, day 2 and Seville

Sunrise from our hotel.

Day two of our stay in the hillside town of Carmona, we explored the epic city of  Seville.  The weather was slowly improving as we made our way to the city center.

Our first stop was the Plaza de Espana that first caught the world’s attention in 1929 as an exposition venue.

The massive plaza is still one of the most important plazas in Seville.
Countries from the Americas were represented.

Next we walked through the Jewish Quarter to the Cathedral, the largest Gothic Cathedral in the world and the place where Christopher Columbus is entombed.

The Apex of the ceiling.
The tomb of Christopher Columbus.
The Altar.
The first women Saints by Goya.


3 thoughts on “Travel: Carmona, day 2 and Seville”

  1. Is that all you saw in Seville? It’s an amazing city. You didn’t go into the Alhambra right next to the Cathedral?

  2. Sevilla is beautiful. We were there when our daughter went to school there and we saw many beautiful things. Loved it.

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