Seville Cathedral: Pipe organ

Pipe organ mounted on a column in the Seville Cathedral, Andalusia, Spain

Pipe organ

Pipe organ on the south lateral wall of the Coro
As you can see, the organ is on top of a beautiful porch made of marble and designed by Diego Antonio Díaz. There are two pipe organs, each on a lateral wall of the Coro (Choir). Both these organs were installed in 1725 and were updated in the 20th century.

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