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I would not plan to visit this building as a highlight of my visit to Seville, but if you are walking nearby, it is absolutely worth going in. It is free and uncrowded, the bathrooms are great, it is cool, there is an interesting video...More
Being from Pensacola, a Spanish colonial settlement, this is one place I wanted to see. I Imagine there a number of important documents related to Pensacola in this building. As for the building itself it is impressive square structure with a courtyard. The entrance hall...More
This archive preserves all the map and transactions between the great explorers and the monarchs who funded them and the financial, nautical arrangements that allowed them to explore the New World--and fund the Andalusian civilization. We did not find an English tour, however.
Located near the Cathedral and the Alcazar, the archives are free to enter. You can see an original copy of the treaty of Tordesillas (signed in 1499) that divided the world, by papal decree, between Portugal and Spain. Also, you can cool off, freshen up...More
Even though the building is magnificent, it's not clear what is there to see apart from room after room full of empty boxes on the mahogany shelving.
Does not have any translation to any language. It is sad to see tourists who were only walking...More
Very authentic museum, nothing like this in other cities and countries to see it was not necessary. A lot of interesting exhibits of the era of the discovery of America. Beautiful interior interiors. Free entry. In short, solid dignity!
Good thing for me that I'm Latin American and I'm fluent in Spanish. This museum does not have any translation to any language. It was sad to see tourists who were only walking around and guessing. I was helping out some tourists with English Translation....More