Known as "Las setas" ("The Mushrooms"), it is the largest wooden structure in the world.
Opened in 2011, the work of German architect Jürgen Mayer is 26 metres high. The structure is made up of six large parasols in the shape of mushrooms, and it affords fantastic views of Seville from the walkway/viewing point. There is also a restaurant. The Antiquarium is situated in the basement, containing important Roman archaeological remains. The area in which it is built includes a market and a raised square where different kinds of events take place.
El Divino Salvador Church-College
The passage of different cultures and peoples through Seville can…