Low angle view showing the Sacristia Mayor dome, Seville Cathedral, Andalucia, Spain, pictured on December 26, 2006 in the winter morning light. Seville Cathdral is the largest Gothic building in the world. It was converted from the original 12th century Almohad Mosque on this site during the 16th century and the original Moorish entrance court and Giralda Minaret are both integrated in the cathedral. Inside is the tomb of the explorer Christopher Columbus (1451-1506). The Sacristia Mayor dome was rebuilt after an earthequake in 1888. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Low angle view showing the Sacristia Mayor dome, Seville Cathedral, Andalucia, Spain, pictured on December 26, 2006 in the winter morning light. Seville Cathdral is the largest Gothic building in the world. It was converted from the original 12th century Almohad Mosque on this site during the 16th century and the original Moorish entrance court and Giralda Minaret are both integrated in the cathedral. Inside is the tomb of the explorer Christopher Columbus (1451-1506). The Sacristia Mayor...
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