Plaza de España

Plaza de España de Sevilla

Plaza de España de Sevilla.

The most emblematic building of the Iberoamerican Exposition held in Seville in 1929 is also the most representative structure built in the Spanish regionalist style. The main structure is a semi-circular square measuring 200-metres in diameter symbolizing the embrace of Spain to its former American colonies, topped with two towers of 74 meters, a central fountain, four bridges representing the four kingdoms of Spain and a collection of cloths tiles on the Spanish provinces.