Seville became known later after the Muslim conquest as Ishbiliya, include the remnants of an aqueduct, a temple in the columns of La Alameda in Mármoles Street, was taken by Muslim s by the Moors, was the capital, the venue for the 2003 UEFA Cup Final, became the dean of the Spanish provincial press with the Hebdomario útil in 1758. Seville fell very quickly in 1936 at the beginning of the Spanish Civil War, had a vibrant rock music scene with bands in 1980s and the 1970s, is focused on the aircraft industry, is served by the TUSSAM bus network, housed the tennis Davis Cup in 2004.
Seville is used also in Dan Brown's Digital Fortress. The inhabitants of the city are known after the Roman name of the city as hispalenses and sevillanos. Ferdinand Magellan departed for the first circumnavigation of the Earth from Seville. The Baroque period of European history represented the most brilliant flowering of the city. The 20th century saw the tribulations of the Spanish Civil War, decisive cultural milestones was broken with the port of Cádiz. The emblem is present on city property on features and the municipal flag. The city was known as Hispalis from Roman times, continued in 1248 after the Castilian conquest, hosted the Ibero-American Exposition is situated in the fertile valley of the Guadalquivir River. The city has boundaries with La Rinconada on the north, features now rap acts is also home to performance spaces and many theatres, are made by bicycle, bid unsuccessfully for the 2004. Important archaeological remains exist also in the nearby towns of Santiponce. Original Moorish buildings are the Patio del Yeso in the main section and the city walls in the Alcázar.
The Moors's Palace became the Castilian royal residence. The first tribunal of the Spanish Inquisition was instituted in 1478 in Seville. The Plaza was the site was built for the 1929 Exposición Ibero-Americana by the architect Aníbal González, is an outstanding example of Regionalist Revival Architecture appears as the British Army headquarters as in Lawrence of Arabia. The writer Miguel lived primarily between 1596 in Seville. The 18th century Charles III of Spain promoted Seville's industries. Construction of the Real Fábrica began in 1728, was the second largest building after the royal residence El Escorial in Spain. Industrial architecture surviving today from the first half of the 19th century, houses also the rectory of the UNIA. The Isabel II bridge known better as dates as the Triana bridge. The second half of the 19th century Seville began an expansion. The initial takeover of the city continued for some time among residents of the working-class neighbourhoods. Francisco Franco's rule Spain was officially neutral like the rest of the country in World War II.
The existence of wetlands regulation suffered regular heavy flooding. Trade unionism began with the underground organisational activities of the Workers during the 1960s. 3 April held first democratic municipal elections after the end of Franco. The monumental Puente del Alamillo designed by the architect Santiago Calatrava. The 2004 Metropol Parasol project known commonly as Las Setas. The Metropol Parasol was completed in 2011 03, is the world's largest wooden structure. The Aljarafe region lies further west, part of the metropolitan area. Most Mediterranean climates has wet winter and a drier summer. The annual average temperature is at night during the day. The city of Córdoba has the hottest summer among all cities in continental Europe. The very same day Amareleja did reach an official maximum of 47.4 ° C, the highest European temperature in several decades. Precipitation varies with frequent torrential rain from per year. December is the wettest month with an average rainfall.
The administrative headquarters are in La Cartuja in Torre Triana. The 2015 government of the autonomous community is a coalition between the centre-left Spanish Socialist Workers's Party. The Common Council of Seville has a mayor and 33 councillors with every four years with elections. The government of the city has been by the conservative People's Party. The City Hall is in the El Arenal neighbourhood on the Plaza Nueva, was built in high Plateresque style in the 16th century. The administration of the City is decentralized into 11 districts. The Alcázar are UNESCO World Heritage Site, Landmarks facing the cathedral appear in the cities of Dorne in the television series Game of Thrones. La Giralda is a tower was built originally as part of a mosque, gets name from the weathervane. The popular TV show Game of Thrones has shot many scenes at this location. The Torre del Oro was built on the river as defensive barrier and a watchtower. Plaza Nueva was built in Neoclassical style in the 19th century. The Royal Tobacco Factory is housed in Europe on the original site of the first tobacco factory. A monumental umbrella-like building designed by the German architect Jürgen Mayer. This modern architecture structure houses an underground archaeological complex and the central market. The General Archive of the Indies is the repository of extremely valuable archival documents, the history of the Spanish Empire. The neighbourhood of Triana situated on the west bank of the Guadalquivir River. The other hand is located on the northern side of the city centre, contains religious buildings and some important monuments as Catholic Church and the Museum. The most important art collection of Seville is was established in the former Convent of La Merced in 1835, holds many masterworks by Pacheco by Murillo. The Andalusian Contemporary Art Center situated in the neighbourhood of La Cartuja. The Castillo was the last seat for the Spanish Inquisition. This exhibition gives visitors, an accurate impression of Seville.
The Alcázar Gardens developed in different historical styles. The American Garden is a public botanical garden with a representative collection of American plants. The Feria and The Semana Santa known also de Abril as Feria. The marquees are set up in the district of Los Remedios on a permanent fairground. Typical desserts include pestiños, a honey-coated sweet fritter. Mantecados and Polvorones are traditional Christmas products whereas torrijas and pestiños. Indie band Sr Chinarro and The punk rock group Reincidentes rose in the early 1990s to prominence. All municipalities depend directly while agriculture on Seville's economy. The Diputacion provides public services to distant villages. This harbour complex offers access to the Mediterranean and the Atlantic. Annual tonnage rose in 2006 to 5300000 tonnes of goods. The Cajasol Tower skyscraper is in the park under construction. The Consejo Superior is based in the Maria Luisa Park in the former Pavilion of Peru. Two bus stations serve transportation between other cities and surrounding areas. Plaza de Armas station has with Lisbon direct bus lines to many Spanish cities. The Seville metro is a light metro network, the city of Seville. MetroCentro is a surface tram way, the centre of the city began operating in 2007 10. This extension was postponed although the City Council. The Santa Justa Train Station is served by high-speed rail system by the AVE. A five-line commuter rail service joins the city with the Metropolitan area. The Sevici community bicycle programme has integrated bicycles into the public transport network. The number of people using bicycles in Seville as a means of transport. The city council signed a contract with an outdoor advertising company with the multinational corporation JCDecaux. The public bicycle is financed in return by a local advertising operator. The airport handled 4,051392 passengers in 2009 under 5000 tonnes of cargo, is from November for the Spanish low cost carrier Vueling. This vessel belongs to the shipping company Royal Caribbean. The average amount of time people spend commuting in Sevilla with public transit, wait for public transit at station and a stop. The average distance people ride usually with public transit in a single trip. The University Loyola Andalucía is a Jesuits, private university. The university offers a wide range of social science degrees as International Relations as Business Administration. The internalization is an important aspect of this university. The great academic qualification explained before this program. Only Sevilla has won European competitions, consecutive UEFA Cup finals was a venue during four years and the 1982 FIFA World Cup. Arthur Koestler's book is based on the writer's experiences. The Plaza of the Americas appeared also in Lawrence, appears also as the Palace of Vladek Sheybal. A la reunión asistieron los responsables de el Sr. de RMM.DP.
|1181||Construction was started in 1181.|
|1248||The city continued in 1248 after the Castilian conquest.|
|1401||The St. Mary of the See Cathedral was built from 1401.|
|1478||The first tribunal of the Spanish Inquisition was instituted in 1478 in Seville.|
|1596||The writer Miguel lived primarily between 1596 in Seville.|
|1728||Construction of the Real Fábrica began in 1728.|
|1758||Seville became the dean of the Spanish provincial press with the Hebdomario útil in 1758.|
|1835||The most important art collection of Seville was established in the former Convent of La Merced in 1835.|
|1904||The Museum of Fine Arts opened in 1904.|
|1936||Seville fell very quickly in 1936 at the beginning of the Spanish Civil War.|
|1970s||Seville had a vibrant rock music scene with bands in 1980s and the 1970s.|
|1980s||Seville had a vibrant rock music scene with bands in 1980s and the 1970s.|
|1990s||Indie band Sr Chinarro and The punk rock group Reincidentes rose in the early 1990s to prominence.|
|2004||The city bid unsuccessfully for the 2004.|
|2006||Annual tonnage rose in 2006 to 5300000 tonnes of goods.|
|2009||The airport handled 4,051392 passengers in 2009 under 5000 tonnes of cargo.|