"Archivo de Indias" Archivo de Indias Tip by Beach_dog

Archivo de Indias, Sevilla: 13 reviews and 20 photos

  Archivo de Indias
by Beach_dog

The archives hold all the records of the time when Spain was involved with it's South American Empire. The UNESCO Comittee named the Cathedral, the Alcazar and the Archivo de Indias as world heritages because of their testimony to the civilization of Christian Andalusia.

It has held records since 1785 and has documents dating back to 1492.

While I was there the Archives were closed for renovations and not open to the public.

Address: Avenide de la Constitucion 3
Directions: Outside the cathedral.
Phone: 0034 954 21 12 34
Website: http://www.mcu.es/archivos/MC/AGI/index.html

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  • Updated Nov 7, 2003
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