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– An earthquake topples the “yamur” of the tower. It is replaced by a wooden bell tower paid for by the king. (1356)
– D. Gonzalo de Mena was named archbishop of Seville (he died in 1401 and was buried in the Chapel of Santiago, inside the Cathedral). (1394)
– The wooden belfry was removed from the tower, a belfry was built on 4 pillars to hang the bell and the first public clock in Seville, placed in the Giralda, was put into operation. (1400)