After some centuries of abandonment and a loss of reliable references, during the 16th-century the memories of the Roman city of Italica began to reemerge.
This recovery process continued into the next century. Fray Fernando de Zevallos’s, La Itálica is our main source of knowledge about the Roman city that gave birth to several emperors. By the end of the 17th century, Francisco de Bruna had excavated a large portion of the old city and amphitheater discovering various sculptures and artifacts.
|Urbirun Seville – HIghlights en fr||8.4km||site_izi|
|Sevilla World Heritage Sites en||8km||site_izi|
|Hospital de las Cinco Llagas (Hospital of the Five Holy Wounds)||2020||6.7km||site_ao|
|Royal Shipyards of Seville||2019||8km||site_ao|
|Expo ’92 Grounds||2018||5.5km||site_ao|
|A Trove of Treasured Paintings, Housed In a 17th-Century Hospital||2017||8.2km||site_ao|
|Iglesia Virgen de los Remedios||8.6km||site_brutalism|
|Cathedral, Alcázar and Archivo de Indias in Seville||1987||8.3km||site_whs|
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