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The orange trees were planted in the middle of the 19th century. In 1928 a central fountain was placed, made by José Díaz. The place was used for those who arrived on horses, so it always had a dirt floor. At the beginning of the 20th century, cobblestone sidewalks were placed on the sides with a cobblestone floor in the center.[1] From here you can access the Apeadero del Alcázar.

In the 19th century the painter Joaquín Domínguez Bécquer (uncle of the writer Gustado Adolfo and the painter Valeriano Bécquer) had his painting workshop in the Apeadero and lived in a house in the patio de Banderas.[8] In the 19th century the painter Joaquín Domínguez Bécquer had his painting workshop in the Apeadero and lived in a house in the patio de Banderas.[9

Pilate’s house

The orange trees were planted in the middle of the 19th century. In 1928 a central fountain was placed, made by José Díaz. The place was used for those who arrived on horseback, so it always had a dirt floor. At the beginning of the 20th century, cobblestone sidewalks were placed on the sides with a cobblestone floor in the center.[1] From here you can access the Apeadero del Alcázar.

In the 19th century the painter Joaquín Domínguez Bécquer (uncle of the writer Gustado Adolfo and the painter Valeriano Bécquer) had his painting workshop in the Apeadero and lived in a house in the patio de Banderas.[8] In the 19th century the painter Joaquín Domínguez Bécquer had his painting workshop in the Apeadero and lived in a house in the patio de Banderas.[9

Plaza de españahistórica en sevilla, españa

Esta plaza-jardín escondida en el barrio, cerrada por todos los lados por el Patronato del Real Alcázar de Sevilla, el Patio de Banderas, las viviendas y la Fuente de la Calle Juderías, tiene mucho encanto. Se desarrolló en el siglo X durante la dominación musulmana. Tiene unos 1.441 metros cuadrados de superficie, está flanqueada por naranjos de sombra y permite acceder tanto a la Plaza del Triunfo como al Barrio de Santa Cruz, que es la antigua judería. No hay mucho que hacer aquí, aparte de hacer una foto y seguir adelante.Cómo llegar a la Plaza Patio De Banderas

Casa de pilatospalace in seville, spain

The orange trees were planted in the middle of the 19th century. In 1928 a central fountain was placed, made by José Díaz. The place was used for those arriving on horseback, so it always had a dirt floor. At the beginning of the 20th century, cobblestone sidewalks were placed on the sides with a cobblestone floor in the center.[1] From here you can access the Apeadero del Alcázar.

In the 19th century the painter Joaquín Domínguez Bécquer (uncle of the writer Gustado Adolfo and the painter Valeriano Bécquer) had his painting workshop in the Apeadero and lived in a house in the patio de Banderas.[8] In the 19th century the painter Joaquín Domínguez Bécquer had his painting workshop in the Apeadero and lived in a house in the patio de Banderas.[9