Some of the city's greatest paintings by Goya, Zuebaran and Murillo are featured in the Cathedral as well as a Treasury of some amazing Catholic artifacts, shimmering in gold under the lights. Definitely too gaudy for everyday use.
After a tour of the Cathedral's interior, I made my way up one of Seville's landmarks - the Giralda, a minaret originally built by the Muslims. I made the climb up the Giralda via a continuous ramp, panting away with each step. But at least the view from the bell tower made it worthwhile.
|The tomb of Christopher Columbus|
|A Goya painting in the Sacristia de los Calices|
|Shimmering golden treasures within the Cathedral|
|The Giralda overlooks the city of Seville and a courtyard of orange trees|