|Ceiling of the Seville Cathedral (very Gothic)|
|A minaret converted into a statue of Mary|
1181-1198: Seville's Main Mosque and minaret were built using bricks. The Mosque's courtyard was conserved as it is today; an orange tree grove.
1218: The Mosque was consecrated as a Cathedral
1134-1517: Construction work began on the Gothic Cathedral. The project began on the western section. Stone was used as the building material.
1528-1601 The Renaissance period saw major works in the chapels and annexes.
1618-1758 The influence of Baroque art is seen in the Parish Church of El Sagrario and two smaller chapels.
1825-1928: The last major works in the Cathedral, three main doors and the southwest corner.
I waited in line for an hour to get inside after paying the 9 Euro entrance. All I can tell you is, "It was worth the wait."
|Altar of Gold|