Palacio De Lebrija in Seville
 
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Palacio De Lebrija in Seville
Manor or country house
Palacio Lebrija, Cuna 8, E-41004 Seville, Spain

Palacio De Lebrija in Seville is a beautiful mansion, which will impress you with its architecture, elegance and beauty. Built originally in 1400 AD, and then refurbished in 1500 AD. This palace will expose you to the typical structure of the Sevillian palaces with their vestibule, central patio porticado and inner garden.

Palacio De Lebrija in Seville is adorned with tiles and various artifacts and owned by Countess de Lebrija. The floors of the palace were laid by Roman mosaics. You would be surprised to know that changes were made in the structure of some rooms of Palacio De Lebrija so that the Italica mosaics could be fitted there. As you walk down Palacio De Lebrija in Seville, you will be impressed by the store house or collection of Roman and Greek archaeological pieces like statues, antique materials and other artifacts preserved here.

Palacio De Lebrija in Seville even has the stairs, which attract lots of tourists towards their architectural beauty. Entirely enclosed by tiles, hemmed with railing of mahogany, these steps laid with marble are simply gorgeous. These stairs are also decked with caissons brought from a palace of Marchena.

What you haunt you about the structure and architecture of Palacio De Lebrija in Seville, are these mosaics. Before you end your trip to the Palacio De Lebrija in Seville, let us give you a close glance of the Central Patio Mosaic. To be further precise, we suggest you that you would be impressed by the ones of the patio. The mosaic in the octagonal hall is also worth watching. The patio showcases varieties of arcs displaying the Arabian influence. It also has an elaborate Sevillian tile socle and well-supported cabinets.

Palacio De Lebrija has two floors. There is an airy ground floor, which used to be operational during the summer and the top floor began functioning when the Countess lived during the winter. Are you already getting too eager to visit the beautifully designed top floor? Then just cough up an extra fee to enjoy a complete tour of the top floor.
 
 
 
 
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