The Alcazar in Sevilla is a royal palace designed by Muslim architects, but comissioned by the Christian king Peter of Castile. It was built on the site of a Muslim fortress that had been destroyed when the Christians had taken back Sevilla.

The adoption of Islamic architecture by Spanish Christians - a style called Mudejar - was common in medieval Spain. It was called Mudejar.

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