Universal Seville has entered the 21st century in great form, adapting her urban framework to the functionality and modernity required by the capital of an autonomous province, but without comprising the historical city that was for centuries the gateway to the New World. Seville today amalgamates the past, present and future perfectly, uniting modern business practice with the old ways and local colour in an inimitable way. Seville is made up of four major parts: the old part of the city, the site of the 1929 Exposition, Triana and the Isla de la Cartuja (Island of la Cartuja).
Visitors find this part of the city interesting because of the artistic and architectural wealth...
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All the images associated with Andalusia -- orange trees, mantillas, lovesick toreros, flower-filled patios, and castanet-rattling Gypsies -- come alive in Seville. But this is no mere tourist city; it's also a substantial river port, and it possesses some of the most important artistic works and architectural monuments in Spain.
Unlike other Spanish cities, Seville fared rather well under most of its...
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