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  • Climbing the Giralda Tower in Seville!

    Climbing the Giralda Tower in Seville!
    With my Diana Mini, Redscale, and with a tourist's attitude, we're going to visit the Giralda in Seville - and climb to its top! I invite you to discover a piece of Sevilla, one of the most beautiful cities in the south of Spain!
  • And I Came Back in Love with Seville

    And I Came Back in Love with Seville
    In the beginning of February this year, a couple of friends and I decided to make a surprise visit to our old classmates who now study in Seville.
  • Parque María Luisa - Sevilla

    Parque María Luisa - Sevilla
    A beautiful park in the middle of Seville, Parque Maria Luisa, is a charming city location that makes for an instant sanctuary for those who want a break from busy city life. Whether you choose to check it out during the springtime or in the summer, you're bound to have a wonderful experience.
  • Music and Colors in the Seville Fair

    Music and Colors in the Seville Fair
    The Seville Fair is celebrated in April every year. Last year I was lucky enough to be there and witness an event that brings together the best characteristics to photograph. There was so much color, motion, tons of music and above all many people happily ready to be “lomographed” with their traditional outfits giving a special flavor to one’s photographs.
  • El Río Guadalquivir

    El Río Guadalquivir
    When the heat hits Seville, people enjoy the beauty of the Guadalquivir, the river at the city´s heart, more than ever. If you fancy a scenic and romantic boat-ride, or even a swim if you're so inclined, Guadalquivir will certainly make you happy!
  • The Alameda de Hercules, Sevilla

    The Alameda de Hercules, Sevilla
    [Asset:190266] Since the 16th Century, the ever-sociable Sevillanos have been enjoying a stroll, or paseo, in the wide, tree lined promenade called the Alameda de Hercules. In the four hundred and some years it has existed, the Alameda has been everything from a fashionable meeting place for the upper classes to a run down area with drug and prostitution problems. Now it's one of the busiest, liveliest and most funky places in the city.
  • Triana (Sevilla)

    Triana (Sevilla)
    Across the Guadalquivir from the old heart of Sevilla is Triana, the barrio of the city known for flamenco and for being a great place for a tapa and a glass of manzanilla. The streets closest to the river are impossibly narrow, with houses whitewashed and hung with pots of geraniums, or painted in the distinctive red paint of the city.