Plaza Nueva, Seville

Seville, Spain

Plaza Nueva, Seville


Plaza Nueva is a public square in the city center of Seville, Spain, which contains Seville city hall. The land the plaza is built on was formerly part of the San Fernando convent from 1270-1840. The land was later acquired by the local government and converted into a public square. The plaza was completed in 1856.

The plaza has undergone a series of name changes since the beginning of its construction in 1852:

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