It is the biggest Gothic house of God in Christendom, unmatched in its amazing scale and plenitude of craftsmanship treasures. Recorded as an UNESCO World Heritage Site, this unique landmark was built in the vicinity of 1402 and 1506 on the site of the town's essential mosque.
The Giralda Tower was initially the minaret of the mosque worked in the twelfth century by Almohad Moorish rulers. This 93-meter-high pinnacle of the church is as yet the insignia of Seville. To touch base at the house of prayer, guests stroll through the Patio de los Naranjos Patio of Orange Trees, which was the forecourt of the mosque. The octagonal wellspring in the middle is a remainder of the Islamic midha, the wellspring for religious ablutions.