The coolest street in Seville

The narrow, serpentine streets of Seville were not designed that way by accident. Building houses close together on winding streets has an advantage that anyone who has been to Seville in the summer will be able to appreciate–avoiding the ferocious Andalusian sun. Direct sunlight never penetrates the alleys for long, if at all, and that helps keep the houses as cool as possible.

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3 Responses to The coolest street in Seville

  1. lac October 9, 2012 at 23:33 #

    He estado en Sevilla un par de veces, la primera en 2010 y la segunda en 2011. Es verdaderamente preciosa. Hermosa foto, captura la sensación de las calles.

    • Mike Randolph October 9, 2012 at 23:45 #

      Gracias Iac. Sevilla es, para mi, de los mas preciosas ciudades del mundo. Un saludo.

  2. Jonathan Moreno October 10, 2012 at 16:26 #

    Must have missed this beautiful part of the city. Nothing to do but, go back I suppose.

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