Seville is seen as the most important city of South-Spain. One of the reasons is that Seville has the most historic center of Europe, with among other thing the cathedral of Seville, the Giralda, the Alcázar and the Toro del Oro. The Alcázar in Seville is one of the oldest royal palaces in Europe and it’s covered in Moorish influences. The cathedral and the Alcázar are symbols of the civilizations of the Almohads. The Giralda is seen as the masterpiece of the Almohadisch architecture. It is situated next to the cathedral and it is one of the largest gothic buildings in Europe. The cathedral is not just a cathedral, it is also the last resting place of Colombus. Both the Gerald minaret and the Alcázar are on the UNESCO World Heritage List.