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Seville is an inland city in Andalusia, Spain. Seville used to have the monopoly on all trade with Spanish colonies.
In 2011 the city center is still situated around the Alcazar and the Cathedral.



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The Guadalquivir river in Seville in June 2010. Seville is located inland in Andalucia. The Guadalquivor river is the only navigable river in Spain. It used to be navibale all the way to the city of Cordoba in Roman times. As the river becomes less navibale during time, the monopoly of Spanish trade with the American colonies was also grandted to the coastal city of Cadiz. By train it takes less than 2 hours in 2010 to reachCadiz from Seville Santa Justa railwaystation.






The Guadalquivir river in Seville in June 2010. Seville is located inland in Andalucia. The Guadalquivor river is the only navigable river in Spain. It used to be navibale all the way to the city of Cordoba in Roman times. As the river becomes less navibale during time, the monopoly of Spanish trade with the American colonies was also grandted to the coastal city of Cadiz. By train it takes less than 2 hours in 2010 to reachCadiz from Seville Santa Justa railwaystation.


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