The most prestigious Plaza de Espaa
many cities in Spain have the Plaza of Spain, but it is the most famous in Spain's Plaza de Espana. The light in the morning is less than the afterglow of the setting sun, but it also gives the square building a mysterious sense of being half-covered. Here to remind everyone, be careful on the chemical attack of the pigeons on the promenade. The square is surrounded by continuous red brick buildings, with a large fountain in the center and many beautiful alcove on the walls, each of which represents the history of different provinces in Spain. In the square, you can also take a sightseeing tour, a boat ride, and an artist show. It is very lively.
Every city in Spain has a Plaza of Spain, the Plaza de Espaa in Seville is Spain's largest Plaza of Spain, the most popular building in Seville, and the most popular building in the magnificent square, bathed in Spain. The sun, listening to the sound of the fountain ringing the carriage ringing, looking at the lazy ducks in the far moat, high cold and gentle, you want, Seville's Plaza de Espaa can give you. In order to run the Ibero-American exhibition in 1929, Seville built the current Plaza of Spain on the edge of the Maria Luisa Park and hosted a Spanish industrial and technical exhibition. Nowadays, Guangben Binzhi seems to be able to present a historical atmosphere in the square.
Every city in Spain has a Plaza of Spain. This is not the most beautiful square in Spain, but the most beautiful square in Europe! Hahahaha.
Although it is the epitome of Moore's revival architecture, you can see different architectural styles in the square,
including Gothic style, Moorish style and silversmith style.
One of the global imperialist fathers, there is no reason.
Spain Square in the sunset is definitely the most beautiful time! ! ! ! !
Occasional woman dancing, Spain Flamingo is really beautiful!
Sevilla is also the birthplace of Flamingo, is it everyone will dance Flamingo!
There are many Spanish squares in Spain. In my opinion, this one is called a veritable one. Anyone who comes to Seville and even comes to Spain will never miss it. The squares at night are beautiful and quiet. The ancient Roman-style cloisters, fountains, bridges, and inlaid porcelain fences are also chic. Under the semi-circular arches, 58 inlaid colored porcelain murals depict the cities of Spain. All kinds of styles. Photography and painting at any angle are classical and novel.
The “grandness” of Seville’s Plaza de España translates not only across languages but also across time and space. The city’s symbolic square has served as the location set for films like Lawrence of Arabia and Star Wars Episode II . But visitors won’t see any camels or starships here, rather what they’ll get are the beautiful mansions-turned-museums surrounding an open space of Art Deco design. The plaza was originally built in 1928 for the Ibero-American Exposition by architect Aníbal González, and it has been an enduring attraction ever since.