"In Seville was he born, a pleasant city,
Famous for oranges and women. He
Who has not seen it will be much to pity;
So says the proverb, and I quite agree.
Of all the Spanish towns is none more pretty;
Cadiz perhaps, but that you soon may see.
Don Juan's parents lived beside the river,
A noble stream, and called the Guadalquivir."
Don Juan, Canto I Verse 8, Lord Byron
Seville was baking hot when we visited in the week of August, 2017. Still, it was as pretty as Byron thought when he visited the city in 1809.
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