Catedral de Sevillay is a famous religious attraction in Sevilla, the capital city of Andalusia in southern Spain. Seville is located on the left bank of the Guadalciville River, 12 kilometers from the estuary. It is an inland river port and can be used by ships at high tide. From 711 AD to 1248 AD, the capital of the Gothic and Moorish kingdoms was built successively. Tourism has developed due to scenic spots and transportation conditions. It is one of the five great churches in the world, second only to St. Peter's Cathedral of the Vatican and Milan Cathedral of Italy, ranking third in the world. The cathedral was built in the early 15th century and rebuilt on the site of the original Islamic monastery.