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(セビリアのバロック様式を表す)セビリア大司教宮殿 The Archbishop’s Palace of Seville

(セビリアのバロック様式を表す)セビリア大司教宮殿 The Archbishop’s Palace of Seville

The Archbishop’s Palace of Seville is a palace in Seville, Spain.

The Archbishop's Palace of Seville

The Archbishop’s Palace of Seville (Palacio Arzobispal) is a palace having served as the residence of bishops and archbishops of the episcopal sees and numerous nobleman and military figures to the present time. The palace was built on the site which King Ferdinand III of Castile gave the Bishop of Segovia in 1251 following the reconquest of Seville by the king (in 1248). The bishop became the first bishop of Seville after the reconquest and the first to live in the new palace. The palace was extended over the centuries until the middle of the 16th century when a series of major reforms left the structure around 2 courtyards (covering an area of 6,700 square metres). The palace was completed in the 18th century and is a good example of the Seville Baroque style.

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