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Photo: Facade Seville Cathedral Santa Cruz Sevilla Andalusia Spain

The beautiful stone facade of the Seville Cathedral towers above your head as you go through the entrance in the Santa Cruz District in the City of Seville, Province of Sevilla, Andalusia, Spain. The Cathedral is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The facade or the face of a cathedral is important and is always given a lot of attention as it can dictate how important a cathedral is to the town who built it. The facade of the Seville Cathedral in the Santa Cruz District of the city is very detailed and is still well taken care of, despite being built during 1402 and finished sometime in the 16th century.

The facade of the cathedral contains a large stained glass window with detail inside it, a number of points, both above the door, and at the top of the tower at the top. It also has shapes and fine detail throughout all the stonework, and even underneath the arch above the main entrance. All of this kind of detail in stone takes a long time to achieve and this all together would take years to accomplish.

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Facade Seville Cathedral Santa Cruz Sevilla Andalusia Spain

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Facade Seville Cathedral Santa Cruz Sevilla Andalusia Spain
Photo of the facade of the Seville Cathedral, situated
in the Santa Cruz District of Sevilla, Andalusia, Spain,

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... built for a city, it is intended to last for hundreds of years and is supposed to forever stand as a symbol of that city's people and dedication to their faith. That is why this cathedral has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is taken care of by the World Heritage Programme; so that what the people of Seville built hundreds of years ago can be preserved for hundreds of years more.

Facade of the Seville Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, in the Santa Cruz District, City of Sevilla (Seville), Province of Sevilla, Andalusia (Andalucia), Spain, Europe.

Technical Information:
I photographed this photo with the digital SLR camera model Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III, aperture of f/6.3, exposure time of 1/125 sec. on ISO 100, as always I used a original Canon Lens, the focus lenght for this picture was 54mm.

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Facade Seville Cathedral Santa Cruz Sevilla Andalusia Spain
The beautiful stone facade of the Seville Cathedral towers above your head as you go through the entrance in the Santa Cruz District in the City of Seville, Province of Sevilla, Andalusia, Spain. The Cathedral is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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Rolf Hicker
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eur_22v_2871 - Facade Seville Cathedral Santa Cruz Sevilla Andalusia Spain

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