Visit Seville – Before the World Ends in Dec 2012Posted: January 31, 2012
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Yes, there have been similar prophecies in the past but nothing as strong as the 2012 phenomenon. According to NASA public outreach website, it has received more than 5000 queries on the subject since 2007. The film, 2012, and the best selling book, the Lost Symbol, have been inspired by the phenomenon. Never has there been so much outcry on the end of the world. Therefore, you may want to relish the last golden opportunity to live your dreams by visiting Seville before the end of the world in 2012.
Recently, Seville has been gaining worldwide attention due to the integration of historic and modern architecture that is both whimsical and amazing at the same time. It is the fourth largest city of Spain, but few cities in the world can match the energy that radiates from its inhabitants who love the laid-back environment of this 2000 years old community. Despite the ongoing historical struggles between Muslims and Christians, modern Seville embodies Moorish culture that was protected by subsequent Spanish rulers after the re-conquest of the Peninsula. Landmarks such as the Cathedral of Saint Mary, Alcázar, Torre del Oro, and the Palace of San Telmo are reminiscence of the golden age of human civilization, which induced the spirit of discovery. The Motto of the city is NO8DO, which is the subject of legends. Simply, it tells inhabitants that the city will never abandon them.
On arrival, visitors are mesmerized by the prevailing festive atmosphere of the city. On streets, you can see women wearing traditional flamenco and dancing with men in their best suits. You can endure the beautiful sights of the city while eating the popular tapas or devouring local favourite cuttlefish, swordfish, and fast food called serranito.