The exquisite Plaza de España is one of the many architectural treasures in Seville. This thoroughly Spanish city is a testament to the country’s vast cultural heritage. Let’s make 2020 the year you do something amazing!
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When traveling, we often think about which city we would like to settle in, well.... Sevilla would be one of them! Everyone's so friendly and the atmosphere of the city is really cool.
This time I invited a handsome Korean Ouba photographer in Seville. Although the language is unreasonable, we have always used body language and smile to communicate. Photographed the purple sunset of the Guadalquivir River, and the Plaza de Espaa, which was not surrounded by tourists in the morning. Look at the bits and pieces of the journey, let the autumn of inscribed in a beautiful memory
There are countless Spanish squares in the world. For example, the Spanish square in Rome is because the Princess Hepburn has eaten a cone of ice, but the Spanish square should not be in Spain.
And there are countless Spanish squares in Spain, almost every city, but only this one is the real Spanish square
Spain Square is the location of the 1929 Ibero-American Expo. The entire building is a semi-circular square formed by three buildings with a diameter of 200 meters. The exterior is inlaid with various tiles. There are many niches on the walls of the hh/
square, using a large number of glazed faces. Tiles, representing 48 provinces in Spain (actually Spain has 50 provinces, I don't know why it is 48), it is a niche, in fact, more often it is a bench for tourists to hit the deck
/ Hh/The front panel of each alcove depicts the province's historical events, famous landmarks or custom details, using Mudejar and Renaissance styles; the niche benches are colorful Glazed ceramic partition, engraved with the circular relief of the province's logo; the final ground is the specific geographical location of the province
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.