Rent a car in Sevilla and open Windows to breathe the air of the purest Andalusian spirit deeply. Credit: Wendy’s-2011. Sevilla is flamenco and stomping, guitar chords, dance and sing. Knowing the main monuments such as the Giralda, the Bell Tower of the Cathedral of Seville and the most representative of the City Tower, the Alcazar or the Archivo de Indias is one of the best reasons to visit Seville, but not the only, because the Andalusian capital has the only river port of Spain, in the Guadalquivir River. The Cathedral the Cathedral of Seville is the largest Gothic Cathedral in the world and one of the Christian churches in terms of size, of the world. It was declared by UNESCO patrimony of the humanity in 1987.El monumental complex of the Cathedral Giralda, the Patio de los Naranjos and the Royal Chapel complement it. The Patio de los Naranjos is a rectangular space, by way of inner courtyard, which acts as a cloister of the Cathedral.
Today, (2008) the Patio de los Naranjos is one of the most visited the Royal Chapel Catedral.La annexes header functions the Cathedral. In this Chapel is located the Pantheon of King Fernando III and his son, Alfonso X, along with the tombs of some other members of the Royal family of the time. Therein lies the Gothic image of the Virgen de los Reyes, patron saint of the Archdiocese of Seville. It should be noted also the treasures of the temple and a large number of paintings by Murillo, as the portraits of San Isidoro and San Leandro; pictures as Santa Teresa de Zurbaran; or the sculpted head of San Juan Bautista. The tomb of Cristobal Colon, mausoleum designed by Arturo Melida, is on the right arm of the transept of the Cathedral. In 2006, a research team of the laboratory of genetic identification at the University of Granada confirmed that the remains of Cristobal Colon are in the Cathedral of Seville.