Seville (Spanish: Sevilla [se?βi?a]) is the artistic, cultural, and financial capital of southern Spain. It is the capital of the autonomous community of Andalusia and of the province of Seville. It is situated on the plain of the River Guadalquivir, with an average elevation of 7 metres (23 ft) above sea level. The inhabitants of the city are known as sevillanos(feminine form: sevillanas) or hispalenses.
Pires was apothecary to the ill-fated Afonso, Prince of Portugal, son of King John II of Portugal. He went to India in 1511 invested as "factor of drugs", the Eastern commodities that were an important element of what is generally called "the spice trade". In Malacca and Cochin he avidly collected and documented information from the Malay-Indonesia area, and personally visited Java, Sumatra (the two dominant islands of modern-day Indonesia) and Maluku.
The skills that can be learned from Tomé Pires are:
Fishing (Skill) = 3,000 Ducats
Arabic (Skill) = 10,000 Ducats
Portuguese (Language) = 1,000 Ducats
The skills that can be learned from El Greco:
Appraisal (Skill) = 3,000 Ducats
Art (Skill) = 1,000 Ducats
Italian (Language) = 5,000 Ducats
He is located on east of Seville.
The skills that can be learned from Duke Farnese are:
Theology (Skill) = 8,000 Ducats
Archeology (Skill) = 3,000 Ducats
English (Language) = 1,000 Ducats
The son of a Spanish naval commander, he entered the navy at an early age and fought against the French, the Turks, and the Moors in the Mediterranean. He steadily advanced in rank and was created the Marqués de Santa Cruz in 1569. In the Battle of Lepanto against the Turks (1571), Santa Cruz, as commander of the reserve fleet, displayed excellent seamanship and played an important role in the crushing of the Turkish fleet.
He is located south east of Seville inside the royal castle
The skills that can be learned from Santa Cruz Marquis are:
Leadership (Skill) = 5,000 Ducats
Penetration (Skill) = 80,000 Ducats
Ballistics (Skill) = 25,000 Ducats
Built on the site of a grand Almohad Mosque, Seville's cathedral was built to demonstrate the city's power and wealth after the Reconquista. In the planning stages, a member of the chapter is said to have commented, "we shall have a church of such a kind that those who see it built will think we were mad." Inspired by this goal, the canons of Seville renounced all but a subsistence level of their incomes to fund the construction. The cathedral was completed in just over a century (1402-1506), quite an achievement given its size and Gothic details. It was probably designed by the French master architect of Rouen Cathedral. Along with the city's Alcazar and Archivo de las Indias, Seville Cathedral was designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1987.