This wonderfully illustrated book holds essays and documents to give an exhaustive account of this famous monument in Sevilla, South of Spain, the bell tower of the Cathedral, whose older parts were used as a bell tower already in 1248, but the date of the original buiding is lost in memory, and was vaguely called "Punic" (III to II century B.C.). Edition prepared by Antonio Almagro Gorbea, Architect. With 28 full page illustrations, both b/w and colour photographs and reproduction of paintings, sculptures and drawings. in a pocket attached to the inner back cover there are 4 big folded maps and planimetric drawings, all relevant to the different aspects of the architectural study of the monument. 154 pages. From p. 117 to p. 154 same text in Arab. Index on p. 7. Bound in green cloth on hard boards, gilt lettering, with green paper cover. The book covers are stained on the inner lower corner, both on the front and the back. Book in fine condition, dust cover in very good condition.