Arch at the entrance to the Salon de Embajadores, or Hall of Ambassadors, in the Mudejar Palace, or Palacio del Rey Don Pedro, built by Pedro I of Castile in 1364, in the Real Alcazar, a Moorish royal palace in Seville, Andalusia, Spain. The Hall of Ambassadors was the throne room of King Don Pedro I, 1334-1369. It is a square room with a wooden dome covered in star patterns, added in 1427. The Alcazar was first founded as a fort in 913, then developed as a palace in the 11th, 12th and 13th centuries and used by both Muslim and Christian rulers. The Alcazar is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Arch at the entrance to the Salon de Embajadores, or Hall of Ambassadors, in the Mudejar Palace, or Palacio del Rey Don Pedro, built by Pedro I of Castile in 1364, in the Real Alcazar, a Moorish royal palace in Seville, Andalusia, Spain. The Hall of Ambassadors was the throne room of King Don Pedro I, 1334-1369. It is a square room with a wooden dome covered in star patterns, added in 1427. The Alcazar was first founded as a fort in 913, then developed as a palace in the 11th, 12th and 13th...
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