Maria Luisa Park

Parque de María Luisa

Parque de María Luisa, en Sevilla.

The gardens donated by the Infanta María Luisa in 1893 and designed by the French engineer Nicolas Forestier for the 1929 Latin American Exhibition turned out to be one of the most beautiful parks in Spain, with over 400,000 square metres of groves, avenues, and arbours. In the interior of the park Plaza de America synthesises the currents adopted by Seville regionalist architecture: neo-Mudejar, neo-Gothic, and neo-Baroque.