An alcove at the Plaza de España
The Plaza de España is one of the iconic landmarks of Seville and a popular tourist attraction. It is a grand semi-circular building with a canal in front. Built at the two ends of the building are the imposing towers that are visible all over the city.
Built in 1928 to showcase Andalusia in the Ibero-American Exhibition of 1929, the Plaza de España reflects the multi-cultural roots of Andalusia with its architecture and decoration.
The alcoves built in the south wing of the building represent different provinces of Spain. The image shows one of them with a beautiful tableau representing the province of Zamora.
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