Founded by romans 206 B.C
Authentically roman city
Birthplace of Trajano and Adriano
Italica Seville is the first truly Roman city in Spain, located 15 minutes from the capital, in the town of Santiponce. It was founded in 206 BC. By the Roman general Publius Cornelius Scipio the African. The city was the birthplace of two Roman emperors: Trajano and Adriano.
Currently called Archaeological Ensemble of Italica, visitors can enjoy today walking the ancient streets and explore the ruins of houses and public buildings. One place to see is the amphitheater, which had a capacity for 25,000 people, being the third largest of the Roman Empire
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Top monument Seville Cathedral
Is one of the largest and most impressive churches in the world. It was built in the 15th century at the site of a 12th century mosque. Inside the cathedral is a spectacular golden altarpiece, the Retablo Mayor.
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