Plaza De España. Sevilla.

One of the most spectacular Plazas I’ve ever seen since travelling around Spain, is Plaza de España in Sevilla; southern Spain. Not quite a plaza, as the building is a half circle with a moat running around it with tiled bridges representing the four kingdoms of Spain. Completed in 1928 for Alfonso XIII located in Parque de Maria Luisa.
I’d recommend seeing the Plaza twice, once in the day and again at night. In the day you can see the gorgeous colours of the Spanish tiles and decorations to it’s full extent. But at night it’s all lit up, less tourists and school children running around, and you can peacefully wander around this brilliant piece of architecture in the moonlight.

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