The Plaza de Espana is one of Seville’s most popular historical structures and signifies the revival of the Moorish influence on Spanish architecture. The building was designed by the famous Spanish architect Anibal Gonzalez for the 1929 Latin American Exposition. He designed many buildings and outdoor spaces for the expo and the Plaza de Espana is known as one of his best.
The Plaza de Espana is located on the edge of Maria Teresa Park along with other buildings designed for the Latin American Exposition. The design and beauty of the building make it stand out from the others and it is easily recognizable. During the expo the building showcased Spain’s advances in the fields of technology and industry. The building sits in a half-circle and can only be accessed by bridge. A huge moat surrounds the entire Plaza de Espana.
Address: Av de Isabel la Católica, 41004 Sevilla, Spain
Architect: Aníbal González
Province: Province of Seville
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