The Casa consistorial de Sevilla is a Plateresque-style building in Plaza Nueva in Seville (Andalusia, Spain), currently home of the city's government (Spanish: ayuntamiento).
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Habib Rejaibi | Feb 27, 2018
Busy. Good restaurants
Ronald Naumann | Feb 23, 2018
Small plaza, hidden but not much to see here.
Frank Ruiz | Jun 15, 2017
I'm not really sure about the history behind this plaza but it certainly is beautiful. There is a souvenir shops inside with some interesting figurines for sale and on the outside there are some restaurants, they looked like tourist traps but they could be good, who knows. It is located right in the center of town, in front of the cathedral. Very picturesque
Alexandar Mechev | Aug 6, 2017
A small quiet plaza hidden away from the tourist traps. Very serene and peaceful. Take some time off your day to relax by the fountain!
Hisham Negm | Aug 24, 2016
Beautiful hidden plaza with a semi circular wall around and a fountain at the center of it. It's so close to the cathedral so it's not an extra walk. Go there for a unique experience.
Suharto Reyes | May 22, 2018
Quaint and Lovely. Not much. Nice architecturally.
Antonio Javier Caballos Cabrera | Jun 14, 2018
Just look around...
Nicolas Berchenko | Jul 13, 2018
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