Photo feature by Hanadi Watfa
MADRID, Aug 14 (KUNA) -- The Giralda bell tower in the city of Seville, built in the 12th Century as the minaret for the city's Great Mosque during the Muslim Spain era, also known as Al-Andalus, remains one of the most significant landmarks in the Andalusian city and a symbol of its historic architectural monuments.
The Giralda was registered in 1987 as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The tower is 104 meters in height and remains one of the most important symbols of the city, as it has been since the Middle Ages. (end) hnd.nbs.ma