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The Seville Alcazar - a royal palace built on the ruins of a Moorish palace.

Seville’s Alcazar and Cathedral

Seville is…special. Somehow, when I start telling people about places I love in the world, Seville usually makes the list. And there’s good reason for it – the city’s UNESCO sites, the Seville Alcazar and Cathedral, are both important and beautiful.

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The candy cane stripes inside the La Mezquita Cordoba.

La Mezquita in Cordoba, Spain

One of the most iconic images of Spain comes from a town in Andalusia: the candy cane stripes of La Mezquita Cordoba. But how this architecture came about is the subject of a rich, but complicated history.

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Taking in the vast Versailles gardens outside of Paris.

Exploring the Versailles Gardens

I’m a sucker for gardens. I find there is just something magical about Europe’s grand palace gardens. From the Schonbrunn in Vienna to Powerscourt in Ireland, Europeans know how to set a spectacle. But there are perhaps none grander the Versailles gardens in France.

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Kilmainham Gaol was one of our favorite sights in Dublin

Dublin Sightseeing

Dublin is a city with an irrepressible spirit. It’s historic and modern at the same time, with all the benefits of a rich past and a thriving present.

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