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The Guadalquivir River in Sevilla, looking onto Triana (the “posh” part of Sevilla, which has attempted to break apart from the city)20111016-030357.jpg

20111016-030408.jpg Also, Guadalquivir, this time looking onto Sevilla proper.

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A narrow street way. In the casco antiguo, most streets look like this one. The lack of width makes it so that on very hot sunny days these streets are much much cooler than the rest of Sevilla.

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Nearing the River.

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The setas are a new architectural structure, finished last year. They have an archaeological museum underneath and this is where the 15th of May Spanish Revolution protests began in 2010, and where October 15th protests have taken place. No longer is this just a protest against the Spanish government but against the crisis in which our world finds itself. Take a gander, make a change:   http://occupywallst.org/

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Gitanas guarding this residence from the sun.

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  1. Beautiful!!

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