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According to myth, Seville was founded by Hercules, but since then Seville has passed through the hands of the Romans (during Caesar's time), to the Moors and eventually Christians - each leaving a distinct mark on the architecture of the city. Today it is best known for its museums, botanical gardens, amazing tapas, and rock and rap music scene. Famous personalities: Abraham ibn Ezra (1089-1167) Samuel Halevi (1320-1361)

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World Jewish Travel Official December 25, 2019

City Story: Seville

According to myth, Seville was founded by Hercules, but since then Seville has passed through the hands of the Romans (during Caesar's time), to the Moors and eventually Christians - each leaving a distinct mark on the architecture of the city. Today it is best known for its museums, botanical gardens, amazing tapas, and rock and rap music scene. Famous personalities: Abraham ibn Ezra (1089-1167) Samuel Halevi (1320-1361)

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Take a break from the bustle and hip attitude that oozes from the streets of Berlin. Find a quiet space - just past the Brandenberg Gate - in the Holocaust Memorial. You may see young kids jumping from one pillar to the next, while other people sit in solitude and memory. The memorial has faced countless criticism for being too vague an ode to those whose suffered and, conversely, for demonizing Germany. What do you think? Was this an appropriate way to pay respects to victims of the Holocaust? #wjt #jewishberlin #bardenberg #holocaust #holocaustmemorial #berlin #eastsidegallery #travel ** ** ** Repost @justintheroux ...

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