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Snapshot Sunday: Admiring Seville’s Gothic Cathedral

Cathedral of Saint Mary of the See - Seville, Andalusia - Spain

Built in the sixteenth century to demonstrate the city’s wealth, the Seville Cathedral is the largest Gothic church in the world (as well as the world’s third-largest church). Throughout its 124,000 square feet you will find 80 chapels – and perhaps even the bones of Christopher Columbus.

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