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Description: The anglicised name for Sevilla. The major city of Andalucia and capital of the inland province of the same name. Seville, a city with many lovely Moorish buildings, lies on the Guadalquivir river about 50 miles inland from the Atlantic Ocean at the Gulf of Cadíz, It is a major port, exporting wine, olives and olive oil, citrus fruits and cork. It is famous for Seville oranges (US: bitter oranges), the bitter fruits good for making preserves such as marmalade.
|Seville or Sevilla, as represented in the Plaza de España in Parque María Luisa in Seville||
Most frequent country: Spain
Most frequent region: Seville in Andalucia
See places: Spanish food and cuisine, Andalucia
See foods and dishes: acedías, aceitunas a la sevillana, alcachofas a la sevillana, alfajores, caldereta a la sevillana, cocido a la sevillana, pato a la sevillana, salmorejo