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This is not the oldest thing in Seville. In fact it is only about 90 years old. However, it somehow captures the essence of Spain in one open delightful area. Well worth the time and effort. Pictures never do it justice, just go experience it!
The Plaza is located in the Parque de María Luisa and is flanked by the Museum of Popular Arts, the Archaeological Museum and the Royal Pavilion. It dates to 1929 and is a section of the area prepared for the 1929 Ibero-American Exposition. Ceramics again...More
The buildings are impressive but they are not historic if you assume the 1929 Ibero-American Exposition was not that long ago.It is an interesting plaza and museums with a water feature and an area for displays and other activities.Definitely worth a visit.
Very much enjoyed seeing the various buildings erected for the exposition of the Americas. the architecture is beautiful and the gardens between the building complex is a great place to relax and take photos.
The 2 museums on opposite ends of this square are unique in appearance as they were built for an EXPO. They are now museums. When we visited, the flowers were in full bloom and created a lovely, colourful atmosphere.