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Palacio de Dueñas, Sevilla

Palacio de Dueñas, Sevilla

CASTLES OF SPAIN - Castle of Coca located in the city of Coca (birthplace of Roman Emperor Theodosius), province of Segovia, It is an excellent example of the Gothic and Mudéjar styles. It is considered to be the highest example of brick military architecture. Castle of Coca was built in the 15th century with the help of the powerful Archbishop of Seville Alonso de Fonseca, who in 1453 received permission to King Henry IV of Castile on the construction of the castle.

Fortress-conceptual structure for a more permanent garrison on a developed planet.

"Built in the 15th century by the Archbishop of Seville, the incredible Castle of Coca or Castillo de Coca is considered to be one of the best castles in Spain. An excellent example of the Gothic and Mudéjar styles, Coca Castle can be found in the town of Coca in the Segovia province in Spain. Guided tours of the interior, exterior and museum are available and highly recommended."

Castillo de Coca in Spain.grandeur and style. Coca Castle is a fortification of the town of Coca & was built in the fifteenth century and is considered by its own municipality one of the best examples of Gothic - Moorish Spanish.

Saint Catherine by John of Seville, c. 1425 - 1450

Saint Catherine by John of Seville, c. 1425 - she is shown with her attributes of a crown of glory, martyr's palm and wheel.

Palacio de Lebrija, Sevilla, Spain.  http://www.costatropicalevents.com/en/costa-tropical-events/andalusia/cities/seville.html

Check out some mudejar art at the Palacio de Lebrija

Castillo de Coca, Segovia, España- Amazingly beautiful castle- what girl doesn't want to see a real castle

Castillo de Coca towers, Segovia, Spain Stock Photo Yes!

CASTLES OF SPAIN - Castle of Coca located in the city of Coca (birthplace of Roman Emperor Theodosius), province of Segovia, It is an excellent example of the Gothic and Mudéjar styles. It is considered to be the highest example of brick military architecture. Castle of Coca was built in the 15th century with the help of the powerful Archbishop of Seville Alonso de Fonseca, who in 1453 received permission to King Henry IV of Castile on the construction of the castle.

CASTLES OF SPAIN - Castle of Coca located in the city of Coca (birthplace of Roman Emperor Theodosius), province of Segovia, It is an excellent example of the Gothic and Mudéjar styles. It is considered to be the highest example of brick military architecture. Castle of Coca was built in the 15th century with the help of the powerful Archbishop of Seville Alonso de Fonseca, who in 1453 received permission to King Henry IV of Castile on the construction of the castle.

Castillo de Coca, Torre del Homenaje, Coca, Segovia, Castilla y León, España

Castle of Coca was built in the century with the help of the powerful Archbishop of Seville Alonso de Fonseca, who in 1453 received permission to King Henry IV of Castile on the construction of the castle.

Cathedral, Alcázar and Archivo de Indias in Seville.	Archivo de Indias of Seville.	Seville, Andalusia in Spain.	13th to 16th centuries. 383. World Heritage Site since  1987. The Alcázar was built during the Almohad dynasty that ruled southern Spain until the Reconquista. The cathedral dates to the 15th century and holds the tombs of Ferdinand III and Christopher Columbus. The Archivo (Archive) houses documents relating to the colonization of the Americas.

Cathedral, Alcázar and Archivo de Indias in Seville. Archivo de Indias of Seville. Seville, Andalusia in Spain. 13th to 16th centuries. 383. World Heritage Site since 1987. The Alcázar was built during the Almohad dynasty that ruled southern Spain until the Reconquista. The cathedral dates to the 15th century and holds the tombs of Ferdinand III and Christopher Columbus. The Archivo (Archive) houses documents relating to the colonization of the Americas.

The Visitation. Miniature from the Book of Hours of Queen Isabel I of Castile (1451-1504). 15th century. Biblioteca Capitular y Colombina, Seville, Spain

The Visitation. Miniature from the Book of Hours of Queen Isabel I of Castile century. Biblioteca Capitular y Colombina, Seville, Spain

the most magnificent and awe-inspiring gothic cathedral IN THE WORLD! la catedral de sevilla (early 15th century; la giralda- 12th century, as part of the preexisting mosque)

The largest Catholic cathedral & the most magnificent and awe-inspiring gothic cathedral IN THE WORLD! la giralda- century, as part of the preexisting mosque)

El Baile de los Seises de Sevilla es una antigua tradición que se remonta a mediados del siglo XV y se repite en el Corpus, en el Día de la Inmaculada y en el Triduo de Carnaval / The Dance of the Seises of Seville is a former tradition that goes back to the middle of the 15th century. It happens during Corpus Festivity, the Day of the Immaculate Conception and the "Triduo de Carnaval". Sevilla, España*

The Dance of the Seises is a former tradition that goes back to the middle of the century. It happens during Corpus Festivity, the Day of the Immaculate Conception and the "Triduo de Carnaval"in Seville, Spain

Two Spanish (Seville) lustred tiles first half 15th century Forming a single geometrical floral design edged by foliate borders and similar corner motifs, the moulded arista decoration picked out in blue and green heightened in copper lustre, all on a greenish white tin-glazed ground,

Two Spanish (Seville) lustred tiles first half 15th century Forming a single geometrical floral design edged by foliate borders and similar corner motifs, the moulded arista decoration picked out in blue and green heightened in copper lustre, all on a greenish white tin-glazed ground,

Castillo de Coca, Segovia/Castilla y León, Spain. Photo via skyscanner.es

Some of the most beautiful castles in Spain - Castillo de Coca, Segovia…

[Seville] To really understand what the ‘New World’ meant in the 15th century, you need to visit the Old World, specifically Seville. This is where Magellan launched his expeditions to the Americas and Christopher Columbus’ voyages paved the way for Spain’s 200-year monopoly on the riches there. #spain #seville #travel #spaintravel #europeanvacation

To really understand what the 'New World' meant in the century, you need to visit the Old World, specifically Seville. This is where Magellan launched his

Hotel Convento La Gloria Sevilla Convento la Gloria is a restored 15th-century convent. It features a typical Andalusian patio, and some rooms offer excellent views of Seville Cathedral, the Giralda Tower and typical Sevillian patios, all just 100 metres away.

Hotel Convento La Gloria Sevilla Convento la Gloria is a restored 15th-century convent. It features a typical Andalusian patio, and some rooms offer excellent views of Seville Cathedral, the Giralda Tower and typical Sevillian patios, all just 100 metres away.

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