History and information of Plaza de España in Seville.
The Plaza de España was built for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929 and is a prime example of Renaissance Revival architecture.
This semi-circular building is a masterpiece, with a canal running through its center and a series of bridges that connect it to the mainland.
The Plaza is adorned with colorful azulejos (ceramic tiles) that depict historic scenes and maps of Spanish provinces
Visitors can rent rowboats to paddle along the canal or simply enjoy the view from one of the many benches that line its edge.
Provinces of Spain:
The Plaza features a series of alcoves, each representing a different Spanish province.
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