"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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