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Seville, the most beautiful southern Spanish city

The south of Spain has always been one of the most visited regions in the country. If you are interested in art and music, especially flamenco, if the history calls your attention, if the architecture is something you are a great fan of, if the good weather and the friendly local people are important for you as a traveler, if you are willing to try the typical Spanish food, if you are willing to explore a new culture and not pay a fortune, Andalucia is the right place for you! Its capital is Seville, the biggest and most populated city in Andalucia with about 1 million inhabitants. Its tradition, culture, history and beauty make every single visitor come back over and over again!

Their Plaza de España is believed to be the most beautiful square in Spain. Their Plaza de Torros is one of the oldest three bulls’ rings in the country. Their river Guadalquivir is the most frequently mentioned river in the Spanish literature because of its importance and connection with the South America. Their Real Alcazar is the most beautiful royal residence in Spain. Their croquetas are the most famous dish all over the country. Their Vino de naranja is the tastiest and sweetest wine produced in Spain. Their Cathedral is the biggest gothic cathedral in the world. Their Las Setas de la Encarnacion is the world’s biggest wooden structure. Their Feria de Abril is the most famous festival in the south of Spain. Their people are the friendliest people ever!

Dare not to visit Seville…if you can!

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Written by Elena Bojchovska

Macedonian girl, 25 years old.

I currently live in Madrid, Spain. I am a passionate football lover who supports Real Madrid. I've studied English language and literature. I used to live in Seville, Spain, for two years, therefore I am fluent both in English and Spanish, besides my mother language which is Macedonian. I am passionate about travelling the world and reading books. Lately psychology calls my attention. I enjoy exploring new cultures and meeting new people.

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