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Seville, Spain

University of Seville

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Factory to University

The second largest building is Spain is located between Sevilla Cathedral and the Maria Luisa park. What used to be the Royal Tobacco Factory (famously featured in the opera Carmen) was eventually donated to the University of Seville. The school dates back to the 15th century but this particular building was built in the 1700s with Baroque influences. The exterior features marble carvings and designs, and is surrounded by lush lawn and parrot-laden palm trees. It also has a large central courtyard that functions as a gathering place for current students. The building is free to enter and explore during normal operating hours.

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