Plaza de America - Seville

The square and its buildings were designed for the 1929 Hispanic-American Exhibition by Anibal Gonzalez, who also created the Plaza de Espana. It is bordered by three impressive buildings in three major architectural styles, all of which left their mark on Seville. You will therefore see the Museum of Popular Arts and Traditions in mudejar style, the Archaeology Museum in neo-Renaissance style and the royal pavilion, currently occupied by municipal offices, in neo-Gothic style. You will also be able to walk round the gardens, which are adorned with fountains, statues and a number of monuments such as the one commemorating Miguel de Cervantes.

Address : Plaza de America 41013 Seville Spain

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