PHOTO: Court of the Oranges in Seville Cathedral, Spain

PHOTO: Court of the Oranges inside Cathedral of Seville, Spain was Originally the Patio of an Ancient Mosque

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Orange grove courtyard inside the cathedral in Seville, Spain

4 Comments on “PHOTO: Court of the Oranges inside Cathedral of Seville, Spain was Originally the Patio of an Ancient Mosque

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    • Hi Tom: Sevilla is truly spectacular. I understand the best time to go is during Easter week (Semana Santa), to see all the religious processions. But when you do go, keep in mind that summer temps can climb to 115 degrees F.

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