After a seemingly long long wait in the blazing 75 degree sun, we entered the Seville Cathedral.It is a very impressive church. Large vaulted ceiling supported by immense pillars of stone. Stained glass is viewable at all the mini chapels, but being Spanish gothic, not nearly as light and airy as some of the other cathedrals we’ve seen. Of course those came after several hundred years of design innovation, so I can’t really fault them for the great church they built starting in the 1100s. One of the large displays in the church is a large coffin supported by four large Spanish knights. I wondered who was in the box, and it was the actual body of Christopher Columbus! That’s so cool! Of course several other place claim the same thing, but I’m checking the box. We found our way over to the church bell tower, aka the original minruette of the mosque, and got to climb 37 ramps (one ramp was a side of the tower and was about 50 – 60 feet long. So alomst 10 full rotations up.