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Awe-striking in its grandeur, the Plaza de España is likely the most impressive remnant of the 1929 Ibero-American Exposition. Built on a semi-circular plane at the edge of the Maria Luisa Park, the square’s ostentatious brick and tile design with opposing towers, alcoves, a central fountain, and mini canal, make it one of the most iconic sights in Seville. Though most of its buildings are now government offices, there's no charge for wandering in and around its balconies, taking a row on the canal, or exploring the multitude of alcoves, each representing a different province in Spain.

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Plaza de España

Awe-striking in its grandeur, the Plaza de España is likely the most impressive remnant of the 1929 Ibero-American Exposition. Built on a semi-circular plane at the edge of the Maria Luisa Park, the square’s ostentatious brick and tile design with opposing towers, alcoves, a central fountain, and mini canal, make it one of the most iconic sights in Seville. Though most of its buildings are now government offices, there's no charge for wandering in and around its balconies, taking a row on the canal, or exploring the multitude of alcoves, each representing a different province in Spain.