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Seville geography

Seville, with a surface area of 14,001 km2, is the largest province in the region of Andalusia and has 105 municipalities, including the capital city.

The province boasts extensive natural and cultural assets. Protected natural areas account for around 14 per cent of its total area, and it has 14 historical sites and over 300 monuments. Its numerous craft industries, festivals, fiestas and popular customs and traditions form a rich cultural heritage.

The biggest towns in the province are Dos Hermanas and Alcalá de Guadaira, both with a population of over 100,000. At the other end of the scale, the smallest villages are to be found in the Sierra Norte y Sur, with scarcely 3000 inhabitants each.

The city of Seville has a total surface area of 142.44 square kilometres and is an average of 10 m above sea level. It has 2,639,306 square meters of parks and gardens. The old historical quarter of the city, one of the biggest in Europe, has a high proportion of parks and gardens.

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