One of the things I like most about Sevilla is the unique iron grillwork fronting so many balconies and buildings.
The iron grillwork on this balcony on Calle Placentines has a gothic look.
Even the glassed-in balconies feature painted iron grillwork in this building facing Plaza de San Francisco.
This stucco residential and commercial building is enhanced by arched windows and doorways, as well as beautiful tiled frontispieces.
While its whitewashed stucco design is simple, this is one of the most expensive pieces of real estate in Sevilla: a private apartment in the former Jewish quarter. It is located in a passageway alongside the Alcazar Palace.