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Casa de Pilatos, Seville

1 Plaza de Pilatos
Tel: 34 954 225 298's insider take:

Supposedly a reproduction of Pilate's house in Jerusalem, this 16th-century palace was the home of the dukes of Medinaceli. Its network of courtyards, salons, and fountains combines Gothic, Moorish, and Plateresque styles. You'll see Greek and Roman statues as well as works by Goya, Carreño, Batalloli, and Pacheco and collections of antique vases, plates, and silverware. The ground floor, patios, and gardens are self-guided, but the upper level can only be seen on a guided tour.

Open daily 9–6:30.

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