Forms part of the artistic urban site created for the Ibero-american Exhibition in 1929.
This square, the work of Aníbal González situated next to the María Luisa Park, is surrounded by three palaces in different architectural styles that were built for the Ibero-american Exhibition of 1929. The first, in the Neo-gothic style, is the Royal Pavilion. The second, Neomudejar, houses the Museum of Popular Arts and Customs and the last, Neo-renaissance, is the Provincial Archaeological Museum in which the Carambolo Treasure (the largest find of prehistoric precious metalwork) is preserved.
Plaza de América Square
Plaza de América
41013 Sevilla, Seville (Andalusia)
Seville Archaeological Museum
The museum is set in a neo-Renaissance style pavilion built for…
Seville Museum of Art and Popular Customs
The museum is set in the Mudejar Pavilion, built for the…