Archivo General De Indias, Seville

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About Archivo General De Indias, Seville

Archivo General De Indias, Seville - Address, Phone Number

Address: Av de la Constitución, s/n, 41004 Seville, Sevilla, Spain

Phone: 34-954500528

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 08:00 am - 03:00 pm Details

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Unless you a real appreciation of history, you’re bound to dismiss this stop as over hyped. Within these walls are the carefully preserved and extremely valuable achival documents detailing the activity of the Spanish Empire in the Americas.. UNESCO declared it a world heritage site in 1987.Walking through it’s rooms you’ll see many priceless documents in display, arranged so that they tell a story along with relevant maps, some of which look so fresh as if painted yesterday. If you happen to go, check to see if they’re holding a show/exhibition, which are alwaysvery educational and entertaining. Check the details oline or give them a call. Access to the main archives is limited though.

Archivo General De Indias Ticket Prices

  • Entry is free.

How To reach Archivo General De Indias by Public Transport

  • Nearby tram station: Archivo de Indias
  • Nearby bus station: Plaza de La Contratacion

Restaurants Near Archivo General De Indias

  • Albarama
  • Casa Robles
  • Maccheroni

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  • We spent two plus hours here learning about this astounding warehouse of five centuries of trade documents - "the history of the new world". Every document and now being placed on-line.There was also a special exhibit on the Quadalquiver River, which is the reason Sevilla had the monopoly on all goods coming from "the Indies". It is wheelchair accessible. Useful to be able to read Spanish.

  • First thing to see in Seville! We only speak nice things of course. What about slavery? Genocide?

  • Beautiful place in the very center of the city. It has an interesting exhibition about the Guadalquivir river.

  • The biggest letdown of Seville! Had great expectations of this, but apart from stunning architecture there was literally nothing to see or wonder upon.

  • Beautiful place. It is free entrance. Tey have interesting video inside about history of this building

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