Sevilla in Pictures

Don’t take many photos these days – even when being a tourist in a new location – so many others do and share publicly, so what’s the point of adding more? Loved Sevilla for its cafe / bar / bodega society amidst its rich historical geography – warm enough in February. Shout out to bodega Diaz-Salazar – sherries and flamenco on draft. Sevilla’s cathedral is as bonkers as its reputation. The bones of Columbus (aka Colon in this part of Spain) plus Chapels / Altars / Reliquaries-R-us in general.

Anyway – loved the “Giralda” tower that was originally the mosque minaret, complete with internal spiral ramp to allow the imam to proceed on horseback all the way to the belfry to call the faithful to prayer. Had to capture the one image above. ‘Nuff said. “Bring me the head of ….” Barry Cryer.

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