This article estimates the behavior of the weather in Seville during the 16th century. In particular, the period between 1519-1522, which coincides with the first circumvallation of the globe by Elcano Magallanes. The beginning and end of said voyage was the river port of Seville, exactly 500 years ago this year. The urban conditions of the city in the face of climatic risks are described and documentary information, collected from different historical sources, details the most relevant weather. This enables us to examine the climate history within the context of the general history of the city.
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