Seville Spain

While visiting Seville, Spain this spring, we were able to see the Plaza de España. The Plaza was built for the Ibero-American Exhibition of 1929 (Expo 29) and includes 48 alcoves with benches, one for each province of Spain, each with a relevant tableau and map, all designed on colourful azulejos (painted ceramic tiles). Spanish tourists have photographs taken of themselves with family and friends on their home province’s bench. Everywhere you look is some fantastic artwork. The ceilings, the walls, murals, even the floors are all works of art. Shown below is just one ceiling shot I took. Stay tuned, I will post more soon!

seville ceiling

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