The closed window of a log house surrounded by wood in the Italian Alps (5 years and 1480 days ago)
The so-called "Patio de las Doncellas",part of the "Palacio de Don Pedro" from one of the wonderfully decorated rooms of the Royal Alcazar in Seville.
The Alcazar of Seville was originally a Moorish fort.
Its construction was ordered by Abd Al Rahman III, emir and caliph of Cordoba, in the year 913.
Because of its beauty it was chosen as residence by many monarchs in the centuries that followed. It now is the residence of His Royal Majesty Juan Carlos when he visits Seville. (5 years and 1473 days ago)
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