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Seville was at one time Spain´s largest city, the gateway through which the riches of the New World poured. It could be that Seville learned to enjoy the finer things in life in the days of the Moors when it was the capital of King Al-Mutamid, known for his love of poetry and music. The Moors left behind marvelous examples of their architecture, such as the Giralda, at one time a minaret and today part of Sevilla´s cathedral.
The Giralda is the bell tower of the Cathedral. In its day, it was the tallest tower in the world, standing at 97.5 m in height, in addition to being one of the most famous images of the city and Andalusia. The tower consists of two different but perfectly unified pieces, a perfect example of the crucible of cultures existing in the city. The most emblematic monument in the city
The Muslim body is the oldest part, started in 1184 by order of Abu Yaqub Yusuf to be the minaret of the Almohad mosque of Seville. A curious fact, the Giralda does not have stairs but instead has 35 ramps wide enough to allow the Sultan to ascend mounted on horseback to see the beautiful view.
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