The Mudéjar Arches of Alcázar; Sevilla, Spain

The Mudéjar Arches of Alcázar; Sevilla, Spain

The Alcázar of Seville is one of the oldest royal palaces still in use in Europe, and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  Originally a Moorish fort, the palace is considered one of the best remaining examples of Mudéjar architecture (Mudéjar was the name given to Muslims who came under rule of the Christian kings after the Christian Reconquista).

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One response to “The Mudéjar Arches of Alcázar; Sevilla, Spain”

  1. Katelyn says:

    This is an incredible shot! To think, I saw these identical arches in person, but didn’t come close to capturing on camera. I’d love to print this.

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