Low angle view of Plaza de la Monteria and Patio de Leon (Lion Courtyard), Real Alcazar, Seville, Spain, pictured on December 26, 2006, in the morning. The Real Alacazar was commissioned by Pedro I of Castile in 1364 to be built in the Mudejar style by Moorish craftsmen. The palace, built on the site of an earlier Moorish palace, is a stunning example of the style and a UNESCO World heritage site. Picture by Manuel Cohen.

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Low angle view of Plaza de la Monteria and Patio de Leon (Lion Courtyard), Real Alcazar, Seville, Spain, pictured on December 26, 2006, in the morning. The Real Alacazar was commissioned by Pedro I of Castile in 1364 to be built in the Mudejar style by Moorish craftsmen. The palace, built on the site of an earlier Moorish palace, is a stunning example of the style and a UNESCO World heritage site. Picture by Manuel Cohen.

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