Maria Luisa Park and Plaza de España

22:21 Agnes Domany 0 Comments

The Maria Luisa Park was for me one of the magical plasces in Seville, as I am a huge fan of the Art Deco and Neo Mundejar architecture. The park was built for the Ibero-American Exposition in 1929 and contains two amazing buildings: the Exposition Building on Plaza España and the Mundejar Pavilon. On the "Spain Square" you can find paintings on tiles of every important Spanish city with delicate decoration. The park has also some beautiful lakes and many palm trees and other Mediterranean plants. I added some photos of the Hotel Alfonso XIII too and of Palacio San Telmo. They are really remarkable buildings too and you can find them on your way to the park.

Mundejar Pavilon

Decoration on the Plaza España

The Plaza España

Paintings on tiles


Blue and white details

Decorated lamps

The Exposition Building


Ship watering

Tiles on the floor in the park everywhere


Mundejar Pavilon building

La Rabida

Palacio San Telmo

Hotel Building

Alfonso XIII

Hotel with Neo Mundejar style


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