If Walls Could Talk

These walls would never shut up…

Ancient Roman walls near the Macarena Basilica, Seville. Author photo.


No, I’m not chanting the popular disco hit or dancing the dance. I’m talking about the ancient Roman walls surrounding the city of Seville in southern Spain.

Well, not exactly surrounding. There’s only a small remaining portion of what was once a 20-meter-high double stone wall around the entire ‘casco




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