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In my first night around Seville I made one significant stop (which was non-food related). I visited the Cathedral in Seville, final resting place of Christopher Columbus.

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Wall structure reminds me home.

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Impressive facade overlooks the city.

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I have to say that this fabric shading system not only looks beautiful, but it is very effective as well. I wish others in Puerto Rico could see that effectiveness of such an instrument. Concrete coverings are not the only solution to certain problems.

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You know me, there needs to be some typography involved.

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Impressive spatial sensation is provoked by the space.

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A nice vertical play is at work in this interior space. Massive columns are actors in this play of architecture.

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I really wonder if any of these vaults are filled with clay jars, just like it happened at Iglesia San José.

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Even though it is a national icon, it still remains a church for those who wish to meditate, talk to god, etc.

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Graphic tiles. Nothing less could have been expected.

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When more is just definitively more.

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More ceiling vaults.

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And just in case, just a bit more ceiling vaults.

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I wonder if this organ still works… but I have a feeling it does.

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Huge space. Makes me feel so small.

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6:00pm was rung when I was standing here. Ouch!

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