The square is located in Luisa Square, flanked by the Pop Art Museum, Archaeological Museum and Royal Pavilion. It dates back to 1929 and was part of the preparation for the 1929 Ibero-American Exposition. Ceramics appear again on garden chairs, fountains, and decorative edges. In fact, they can be combined or displayed anywhere. The white doves/pigeons are friendly, stretch out one arm, when they come to roost, you have a selfie masterpiece.
A small square, I really like the feeling of being surrounded by greenery. There is a small pool in the middle, the pool is quite big, and there is sand on the side. Many locals play with their children there, and the children are feeding pigeons.
It is a semicircular square, the whole building is continuous, separated from the square by a moat. There are several small bridges on the river, all carved with ceramic tiles. The entire square is very beautiful and dreamy, and even feels a bit unreal. It has also appeared in many movies. The Naboo Palace in "Star Wars" is here to learn from, and the young Anakin and the Queen also performed the most romantic scene here. From time to time, there are horse-drawn carriages that drive tourists across the square, and I feel like I have traveled through time and space, and have come to that long time immersively.
Plaza Las Americas, located in the Maria Luisa Park in downtown Seville, around the square are the Seville Art and Tradition Museum, Seville Archaeological Museum and the Royal Pavilion, many tourists
The Plaza of the Americas is a semicircular square in Maria Luisa Park. The surrounding ancient buildings are also semicircular. It is very beautiful. There are horse-drawn carriages on the square with tourists passing by. Walking slowly on the square is really a kind of Enjoy!