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On his departure from the Alcazar, the warden thought it prudent to send a person to observe his movements.
Peter's memories of that strange day in the Alcazar at Seville always remained somewhat dim and blurred.
FAIR MARGARETH. RIDER HAGGARD
He also galloped off to the palace, or alcazar, and was not seen to return; but next day the White Cat was still more sorrowful.
TALES FROM THE LANDS OF NUTS AND GRAPESCHARLES SELLERS AND OTHERS
At the end of the third day he had walked so quickly that he stood before the secret entrance to the alcazar of Al Rachid.
TALES FROM THE LANDS OF NUTS AND GRAPESCHARLES SELLERS AND OTHERS
I have already mentioned the great Alcazar, and the old town walls and gateways.
The grandest of these is an enormous bishops palace, once I believe the Alcazar; and close to it is the church of la Magdelena.
The upper chambers of the Alcazar, which are not accessible to the general public, are very handsome.
SOUTHERN SPAINA.F. CALVERT
Is Maudie stampedin' through the snow so that other little woman need never dance at the Alcazar?
THE MAGNETIC NORTHELIZABETH ROBINS (C. E. RAIMOND)
The Alcazar strikes us (if we have come from Granada) as being on a much smaller scale than the Alhambra.
SOUTHERN SPAINA.F. CALVERT
What I think is conspicuously lacking in the Alcazar, and to almost the same extent in the Alhambra, is atmosphere.
SOUTHERN SPAINA.F. CALVERT

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