The University of Seville (Universidad de Sevilla) is a university in Seville, Spain. Founded under the name of Colegio Santa María de Jesús in 1505, it has a present student body of over 65,000 and is one of the top-ranked universities in the country. The University of Seville had a great influence on the development of the fine arts in Spain. In its shadow, the school of the famous master Juan de Mal Lara was founded, and intellects like those of Fernando de Herrera, Juan de Arguijo, and many others were developed, while literary and artistic clubs were formed, like that of Francisco Pacheco, which was a school for both painting and poetry. In 2004 it had 73,350 students spread on different campuses, being second in the number of students among Spanish universities.
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