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Spain, Sevilla – Diverse Center of Andalusia
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Seville is the largest city in the south of Spain and during your visit you will not know what to do and where to look. Here you will find Europe's third largest cathedral, the Alcázar Royal Palace, Christopher Columbus sarcophagus, and many restaurants waiting for lovers of fine food and wine. Soak up Spanish culture and history and enjoy tapas in the streets.
Text and video: Matouš Vinš
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