Stock Photo Description: The vane that crowns the Giralda tower, popularly known as "the Giraldillo" symbolises the victory of the Christian faith and it was the work of Bartolome Morel, carried out between 1566-1568. This weathercock or "giralda" is that which gives the name to the tower by which it is universally known. The Renaissance figure represents to a woman with tunic, a warrior's shield in one hand, and a palm branch in the other measures 3.5 metres in height and weighs 128 kilos.
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