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Torre del Oro

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Chris
Chris
October 6, 2019
Where Colombus started
Walter
Walter
September 17, 2019
The Torre del Oro, or 'Tower of the Gold' is a tower from the 12th century located on the Guadalquivir river. At the time, it was part of the Moorish city wall of Seville and once served as a storage place for gold and as a prison. (10 min walking from C/ Galera 33)
Space Maison
Space Maison
January 18, 2019
Nearest bus stop to/from the airport (bus EA).
Mª Ángeles
Mª Ángeles
December 30, 2018
There is a museum on the top. Beautiful location by the river.
Javier, Sevilla En Movimiento
Javier, Sevilla En Movimiento
December 17, 2018
One of Sevilles landmarks with a nice view.

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