|Alt names||Hispalis||source: Times Atlas of World History (1993) p 345|
|Sevilla province||source: Getty Vocabulary Program|
|Seville||source: Webster's Geographical Dictionary (1984)|
|Located in||Andalucía, Spain (1833 - )|
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Seville is a province of southern Spain, in the western part of the autonomous community of Andalusia. It is bordered by the provinces of Málaga, Cádiz, Huelva, Badajoz, and Córdoba.
Its area is 14,042 km². Its population is 1,914,958 (2010), of whom 40% live in the capital, Seville, and its population density is 125.25/km² It contains 105 municipalities.
The province shares the Parque Nacional de Doñana with Huelva province.
Seville has a warm mediterranean climate with an annual average temperature of 18.5 °C . Winters are generally mild and summers very warm. The maximum temperatures in summer often surpass 40°C. The locality of Écija is popularly known as the “Frying pan of Andalusia” for its torrid summers.
Seville is the 4th most populated province in Spain and the 1st in Andalusia with 1.868.343 inhabitants in 2008 (INE). The province of Seville generates 1.92% of the Spanish hotel movement.
In terms of tourism the city of Seville is one of the leading cities in Andalusia, situated behind Barcelona and Madrid on a national level.