The 'tower of gold', overlooking the Guadalquivir River, was
part of the original Moorish city fortification, built in the 13th
century, and is believed to have been covered with gold tiles
imported from the Americas. The tower has been restored and now
houses a maritime museum, which contains drawings and engravings
depicting Seville in its heyday.
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