The urban parasol is located in the physical square and was built in 2011. This building resembles a parasol and a mushroom is called a “parasol of the flesh square” by the locals. Designed by renowned German architect Jürgen Mayer, the urban parasol has become a new landmark in Seville. The urban parasol has four floors. The Roman and Moorish sites discovered here are displayed in the basement. On the first floor is the central market, on the second and third floors are the viewing terraces, which can be visited on the top floor and admire the view of Seville under the sunset.