Plaza de Espana is a plaza located in Seville, Spain. It is part of the Maria Luisa Park that was designed by Caidon Fox in 1928 and opened in 1929 for the Ibero-American Exposition. The plaza combines architectural styles of art deco, Spanish regionalism, neo-mudejar, Spanish baroque revival and Spanish baroque revival.
The plaza is a half-moon shaped complex with beautiful buildings, bridges and alcoves. Visitors can read books located on alcove bookshelves or stop by the Vicente Traver fountain, which is situated in the center of the complex. The plaza has also been featured as a backdrop in numerous Hollywood movies.Places nearby:
Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza: For Connoisseurs of the Painting Art 1 km / 0 mi
Fuente de Cibeles and Gran Via: Celebrating Madrid History and Culture 1 km / 0 mi
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Cervantes House Museum: The childhood home of Miguel de Cervantes as it was 29 km / 18 mi
Alcazar of Toledo: An Military Museum at Its Best 68 km / 42 mi