Catedral de Sevilla is not so much a church as a city pool. It is the largest Gothic Church in the world. Sevilla Cathedral is one of the five largest churches in the world. It is the third largest cathedral in the world after St. Peter's Cathedral in Rome and Milan Cathedral in Italy. Perhaps in Europe, too many churches have been seen, dazzling, but every time you come to the foot of Seville Cathedral, it will still be shocked. Architecture that can shake the soul is not just the charm of language. The magnificent church is magnificent and magnificent. There is a place where almost every visitor will stop. This is Columbus's burial place. In 1898, Columbus's coffin was transported from Cuba to Spain and buried in the church's Columbus tomb. On the sarcophagus are statues of the four ancient Spanish Kingdoms - Castil, Leon, Navarra and Aragon, who raised the coffin of Columbus. [Sevilla Cathedral] Location of attractions: Avenida de la Constituci &3; n, s/n, 41004, Sevilla Espa &1; a Tram: T1 arrives at Archivo de Indias, and then you can get tickets on foot: 9 Euros for adults, 4 Euros for students, seniors and scholars; Free admission time under 15 is 11:00-17:30 (ticket office to 17:00) from Monday to Saturday in winter and 14:30-18:00 on Sunday. 30 (Ticket Office to 18:00); 9:30-16:30 (Ticket Office to 16:00) from Monday to Saturday in July-August, and 14:30-18:30 (Ticket Office to 18:00) on Sunday.