Plaza de España, A Timeless Square in Sevilla – Keep Calm and Wander

Published Date Author: , December 29th, 2016

Plaza de España

Plaza de España in Sevilla is a beautiful, timeless square that no tourists or visitors would dare skip seeing. It’s not just a sight to behold but also an architectural wonder that speaks volume of the city’s past glory.

Plaza de España was built for the 1929 World Expo which Sevilla played a gracious host. It showcased the elements that the city was known for: bricks, wrought iron and ceramics.

That’s why, the foremost must-see part of this grand building is the ceramic tiles outside. These ceramic tiles depict important historical events that happened in each province in Spain. The architectural style is a mix of Renaissance and Moorish.

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