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Archivo de Indias
Sevilla

This virtual tour is taken next to the Archivo de Indias, which holds many valuable documents illustrating the history of the Spanish empire, and has in its view Seville's most famous cathedral, the Catedral de Sevilla. The Cathedral's construction started in 1402, but, it wasn't completed until over a century later, in 1506. It is the largest Gothic structure in the world and the third largest cathedral in the world.

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