Inside Plaza de Espana
Spain Square (Plaza de Espana), Seville, Spain, built on 1928, it is one example of the Regionalism Architecture mixing Renaissance and Moorish styles.
On Top of the Mushroom
From the top of the Space Metropol Parasol (Setas de Sevilla) one have the best view of the city of Seville, Spain. It provides a unique angle over the old city center and the cathedral.
Feria de Abril in Seville
The April Fair (Feria de Abril) is a traditional festival of the city of Seville, Andalusia, Spain. It takes place in the month of April for a week.
The Plaza Espana
Riding in the feria
The Tower of Seville
Seville is divided in two by the river Guadalquivir. On the west side it is located the highest building in the city.
The setas from the ground
Metropol Parasol is a wooden structure located in downtown Seville. It is one of the modern attractions of the city.
The Cathedral of Seville
The cathedral of Seville, Spain, is the third-largest church in the world, and the largest cathedral in the world. It has a 105 meters high tower known as Giralda.
The Columns of Plaza Espana
The Bridge of Triana
Seville is divided in two by the river Guadalquivir, and its most famous bridge is the Triana bridge, connecting the historic center to the Triana region.
Facing Seville from above
From the top of the Space Metropol Parasol (Setas de Sevilla) one have the best view of the city of Seville, Spain. It provides a unique view of the old city center and the cathedral.
Inside the Cabildo Square
Cabildo Square (Plaza del Cabildo) is a public space in the heart of Seville, Spain. It is touristic attraction in front of the giant Cathedral of the city.
The Torre del Oro
The Golden Tower (Torre del Oro) in Seville, Spain, is located at the margin of the Guadalquivir river and was built in the XIII century by the muslims ruling the area at the time.
Locked in Seville
Up on the Square of Spain