The city of Sevilla, or Seville as it is more popularly known, is located in the southern part of Spain in the Sevilla province of Andalucía. Sevilla is also the capital of the province and of the Andalucían region.
The city is situated on the banks of the Guadalquivir River. The climate of Sevilla is Mediterranean, with oceanic influences. Winters are mild, with average temperatures of 16ºC. Summers are very warm with average temperatures of 36ºC.
The population of the city of Sevilla is approximately 704,000. The inhabitants of the city are known as Sevillanos.
Sevilla is an ancient city that is believed to be founded by Hercules. Through the centuries, it has been occupied by many civilizations including the Greeks, Romans, Phoenicians and Spanish. It is considered to be the cultural capital of southern Spain.
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