Another interesting place in Sevilla was the Casa Pilatos, a Castilian noble estate. It’s only one example of the remaining mansions/palaces from the Middle Ages which the nobility used to own…it really gives one the impression of how (rich and powerful) people lived in the medieval and early modern people. It was built during the fifteenth and sixteenth century in a magnificent fusion of Italian Renaissance and Mudejar-style architecture.
Museo de Bellas Artes
Sevilla is a very famous art city, having produced some very prominent artists and architects over the centuries. This is the art gallery, one of my more favorite places in the city. There were literally hundreds of incredible paintings, but I will upload only those which struck me as the most interesting (mostly Christian art from the Middle Ages)