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A dream for art and architecture lovers in Seville

A historical Carthusian monastery featuring evidence of 19th century industrial architecture and that today hosts exhibitions of contemporary art? Yes! It is not a dream of an art and architecture lover. It is a reality and it is in Seville. Let us tell you more about it… The banks of the Guadalquivir river have been […]

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Examples of beautiful simplicity in Andalusian White Villages

The Andalusian White Villages, in South West Spain, are lovely examples of beautiful simplicity. The beauty of these White Villages starts in the richness of the nature that surrounds them, in the lovely landscapes that they offer and of course in their charming historical and architectural heritage. The windy and steep streets of these villages […]

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Magical discoveries: hidden architecture gems of Andalusia

In Genuine Andalusia we are big fans of architecture, so we are often out exploring the countless beautiful buildings that Andalusia has to offer. On one of our recent exploration journeys, we decided to visit the former monastery of San Isidoro del Campo, just outside Seville. It is a construction dating from the 14th century […]

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