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The weathercock <ul><ul><li>The Weathercock forms a part of a real jewel of the art almohade. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>It is a former mosque of Seville. In his(her,your) apex there is situated a ball called vat on which the Renaissance sculpture raises in bigger bronze of the European Renaissance, the "Giraldillo". </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>The minaret measures almost 51 m of height, and the whole of the tower (with the added Christian) 97,5 m. The figure of the Giraldillo weighs 1.015 kg. </li></ul></ul>
The tower Of the Gold The tower of the gold is a military tower albarrana that owes his name to his primitive covering of blue rollers with golden reflections. Constructed in the first third of the 13th century on order of the governor AbÃ¹ l-UlÃ , it has twelve sides and from his basement of chairs one was throwing a strong chain that it was crossing up to another shore of the river joining another tower that existed in this place. The last circular body of the tower was added by SebastiÃ¡n Van der Borcht in 1760. Nowadays it is A Naval Museum, and contains historical documents. It plans an image of the naval history of Seville, of the importance of his river and of the fingerprint of illustrious sailors.
Triana's Bridge <ul><li>Triana's Bridge, popular name of the Bridge Isabel II. </li></ul><ul><li>It was designed by Eiffel. There was imposed that the pieces of smelting was constructed in Spain. The work was awarded to two French engineers who were residing in The Port of Santa Maria, the engineers Gustavo Steinacher and Ferdinand Bennetot who constructed it between(among) 1845 and 1852. The used material they are props(pillars) of stone and iron, there is nothing of wood. It(he,she) has a great ramp of containment in Triana's shore that comes up to the street of San Jorge. </li></ul>