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Sevilla Y Sus Puentes por Nicolas Salas

Titulo del libro: Sevilla Y Sus Puentes

Autor: Nicolas Salas

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This book offers the singularity of explaining in synthesis the History of Seville from the twelfth to the twenty-first century, and does so taking as a reference the construction of bridges over the Guadalquivir, a total of twenty-five. Ten centuries of history of urban and architectural formation of the city basing the milestones on emblematic illustrations and brief literary references. So that the new additions of emblematic buildings can be known from century to century. Since the 12th century, when the first bridge over the Guadalquivir, that of barges, was built by the Almohads until the 21st century, when the bridge for the first line of the Metropolitan was incorporated into the channel, the city was incorporating notable civil and religious buildings until reaching The present morphology, except for the various destructions provoked by the French invasion, the amortizations, the I and II Republics, the civil war and the golden age of the pickaxe in the late Francoism. It is curious to follow the development of the city from 1171 to 2009, following the thread of history provided by the bridges that were incorporated into the city at this time, marking basic references.This book offers the singularity of explaining in synthesis the History Of Seville from the twelfth to the twenty-first century, and does not take as a reference the construction of bridges over the Guadalquivir, a total of twenty-five. Ten centuries of history of urban and architectural formation of the city basing the milestones on emblematic illustrations and brief literary references. So that the new additions of emblematic buildings can be known from century to century. Since the 12th century, when the first bridge over the Guadalquivir, that of barges, was built by the Almohads until the 21st century, when the bridge for the first line of the Metropolitan was incorporated into the channel, the city was incorporating notable civil and Religious buildings until reaching The present morphology, except for the various destructions provoked by the French invasion, the amortizations, the I and II Republics, the civil war and the golden age of the pickaxe in the late Francoism. It is curious to follow the development of the city from 1171 to 2009, following the thread of history provided by the bridges that were incorporated into the city at the time, marking basic references.