View from the front of the Puerta del Leon (Lion Gate), Real Alcazar, Seville, Spain, pictured on January 2, 2007, in the afternoon. 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 palase, is a stunning example of the style. The gate leads into the Patio de la Monteria (Hunting Courtyard). Picture by Manuel Cohen.

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View from the front of the Puerta del Leon (Lion Gate), Real Alcazar, Seville, Spain, pictured on January 2, 2007, in the afternoon. 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 palase, is a stunning example of the style. The gate leads into the Patio de la Monteria (Hunting Courtyard). Picture by Manuel Cohen.

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