Una Calle en Sevilla

Una Calle en Sevilla


There is nothing overly special about this picture, but I just thought it was quite a good picture. The lighting, the brighteness  etc(trying to use technical terms :p) To be honest, it just came out better than I thought it would, thus publishing it.





2 thoughts on “Una Calle en Sevilla

  1. Seville was always a great place for living, perhaps too hot during the summer months, and too beautiful not to fight for it. After the roman empire (it was catholic during several centuries) it was conquered by the arabs (from noth Africa, Siria and Arabia, both, north and Yemen at south). with time most of mozarabs (cristian people living in areas conquered by the arabs) flee to north of Iberia (Asturias) along with the once defeated cristians and started to re-conquer southern areas including Sevilla (called Hispalis as per the romans) and finally Granada (the last arabic califa). The Arabic inlfuence you can see in Sevilla is mostly because of the mozarabs returning to

  2. why the muslins had to leave Sevilla? apart from the military defeat by the cristian kings of the north, the reason has been always the same when it comes to explain any muslin mess like this: Internal fights. And then why the cristrians were defeated by the muslins?: because the heads of the cristian church in post roman Iberia (Spain+Portugal) did not support the kings to be aligned and stronger, in other words, church not being moral reference to the politicians.

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