Seville City Hall is close to Spanish Square, facing St. Francisco Square in the East and New Square in the west. It is a building with distinctive external walls. There is a dessert shop nearby. It is made of orange peel and other raw materials. It is very characteristic.
Seville City Hall, located in Nueva Square, is one of the four major government institutions in Seville. This historic building is one of the most representative buildings left over by the influx of Cordoba culture in Seville in the Middle Ages. The city hall surrounded by squares is elegant and elegant. It seems to be the mark of the city centre. It brings the vicissitudes of the city to visitors from far and near.
Two towers of the City Hall have Baroque spires attached. It's just opposite the cathedral. It's not very noticeable.
Seville's city hall is near the cathedral, with a baroque spire and beautiful reliefs on the marble walls.