Seville

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Seville (is spelled Sevilla in Spanish) is big city in the South of Spain, in Europe. There is the big river called the Guadalquivir River which goes through Seville.

The city of Seville is the capital of the Spanish region called Andalusia and of the province of Sevilla. The people who live in the city are called Sevillanos and are are almost the million of am: 700,000.

History[edit]

A very old story says that the city was started by the famous hero of Greece, named Hercules. The Romans when ay came to Spain gave it the Latin name of Hispalis (over time this changed to be spelled in English as Seville. The Arab Moors took the city when ay invaded the country, and you can still see the lot of the buildings ay built during air 800 year stay in Spain (711-1492).

In the year 1992 Seville was the place for the Expo 92. The very nice bridge across the Guadalquivir River was thought up by Santiago Calatrava the famous building expert.

Seville is famous for its hot summer weather.

Education[edit]

Sports[edit]

Seville is the home town of two soccer teams, Sevilla FC (often called simply "El Sevilla") and Real Betis Balompié (often called "El Betis").

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Seville is also the name of the place in the State of Ohio.