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Spain Square is a mastepiece of art indeed! It is the most colorful modern place of interest in Seville.
Spain Square is as an oasis in the middle of a desert in the Maria Luisa Park. The square was constructed for Ibero-American Exposition in 1928 and it was designed by the famous architect Aníbal González.
Spain Square is made in Art Deco and Neo-Mudéjar styles and represents a half-circled block of buildings where museums and Administration of Seville are situated. There are niches in each building and colored panel pictures in them represents some historical events of Spain.
A huge fountain is in the heart of the squre and a channel that follows the square shape with cute bridges over it enriches the square as well.
Spain Square is an outstanding sight in Seville that serves not just as a tourist attraction, but also as a movie shooting site. "Star Wars" and "The Dictator" movies were filmed here.
Spain Square on the mapLocation: Plaza España, 1
More places to visit in Seville
El Jueves flea market
If you want to haggle and buy some ancient things of hot and passionate Spain, El Jueves flea market is a right place you need.5
Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza
The Maestranza bullfighting arena is a famous place where you can see the corrida. And the museum of corrida is also located here.12
Santa-Cruz quarter is the oldest and the most authentic neighborhood in Seville. Here you can really get soaked with true Spanish flavor.7
Isla Magica amusement park
The largest amusement park in Europe with its own life full of happiness and joy, with fountains, parks, fun attractions right in middle of the city.6
The Real Alcázar
The Alcazar Palace was built by the Moors over 600 years ago. Currently, it's the oldest royal residence in the world that is still in use.5