Seville. The Royal Alcazar (Reales Alcazares). Patio de Las Doncellas - Stock image

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'Patio de Las Doncellas of the Royal Alcazar (Royal Fortress) in Sevilla, Andalucia, Spain.The Royal Alcazar's origin can be situated in the X century, in the era of Abd Al-Rahman, the first Califf of Andalucia, who decided to build it in 913, after a revolt against his government. From then, the fortress underwent several reforms and was theater of numerous historical events. In the XVIII century the royal family of the Borbons stayed here during four years, when the Alcazar lived splendid moments. Tha Alcazar's Gardens are a world known example of gardening architecture.'
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