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Seville Museums: CAAC (Andalusian Contemporary Art Centre)

Among Seville museums, CAAC (Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporaneo) stands out for being the city’s museum of modern art. Located in a 15th century monastery that was then transformed into a porcelain factory in the 19th century, the CAAC has a wonderful setting where old classic architecture blends with modern masterpieces. The CAAC offers both modern Spanish and international art from a permanent collection as well as temporary exhibitions.

The Contemporary Art Centre has a permanent collection focused in particular on the history […]

Seville Museums: Museo Del Baile Flamenco (Flamenco Dance Museum)

This Seville museum about flamenco was created thanks to the initiative of the famous dancer Cristina Hoyos and it opened its doors in 2006. Its aim is to inform you about everything related to flamenco, its origins, influences and styles and about how it is practiced today. Therefore, the premises are different rooms with many interactive displays that tell you about the history, culture, and styles of flamenco, along with exhibits highlighting the fashion.


Archivo De Indias (Archive Of The Indies)

The Archivo de Indias or Archive of the Indies is an institution responsible for the custody and conservation of all the documents related to the Spanish colonies. It covers more than three centuries of history of a vast territory including the American continent as well as the Philippines.

The archive building is located in the city centre, between the Cathedral and the Alcazar. You can visit both the permanent collection and the temporary exhibits that are organized from time to time.


Sevilla: Palace of Lebrija

Located in Sevilla, Palace of the Countess of Lebrija, also known as Palacio de la Condesa de Lebrija, gathers one of the most complete and astonishing collections of Roman mosaics of the region. And almost without a doubt, of Spain.

This absolutely wonderful Sevillian palace is, along with the Casa de Pilatos, one of the few mansions that can be visited in Seville. The structure is organized around a main courtyard, with a couple of small patios behind and an upper floor […]

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