The Plaza de America (Seville, Spain), located in the Parque de María Luisa, is flanked by the Museum of Popular Arts (Neomudéjar style) to the north, the Archaeological Museum (Neo-Renaissance style) to the south, and the Royal Pavilion (Gothic style) to the east. These three buildings were built by the architect Aníbal González between 1913 and 1916 for the future Ibero-American exhibition in 1929, each with a different architectural style. Also form Part of the roundabout of Miguel de Cervantes, adorned with the works Ceramics Recalling Most Famous, as Rodriguez Marin.
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JMPhoto | Nov 22, 2017
Only spent a few minites here but lots of birds around. Buy some bird seeds and watch them flock over to you. Pretty quiet even when the main street is just right outside the gates. Take your time when going around here. Its not big and its not small, its just right.
Davide Pannozzo | Nov 29, 2017
Beautiful flowers, funny seats, amazing buildings (the two museums) but crowded of pidgeons the square was totally full of those birds. It's a nice place to spend some minutes, take rest and enjoy the nature just before or after a walk in the wonderful park nearby.
Erick Adnom | Aug 15, 2017
Tired of exploring the city? Run to this area for some relaxation. A lot to see with birds, and all kinds of fountains. Could use cleaner restrooms though. Overall good area.
Zeon_TV | Jan 11, 2018
Come to take pictures here. Very nice place
Jan Smith | Sep 27, 2017
The vegetation is lacking, but the incredible architecture of the surrounding buildings and the unique tile work of the benches and tables more than makes up for it. Don't miss the benches which tell stories in the different tiles.
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