The Plaza de Espana is located in the Parque de María Luisa. The plaza is a huge half-circle complex surrounded by buildings, which are accessible from four bridges. These bridges represent the ancient kingdoms of Spain; . These buildings formed the plaza of Spain during the Ibero-American Exposition World’s Fair of 1929, which was held in Seville.
In the centre of the Plaza de Espana is the Vicente Traver fountain, this fountain is almost completely surrounded by the four bridges. The Plaza de Espana is one of the most well known and of the most beautiful plazas of Spain. It’s a beautiful landmark with a lot of culture and is definitely worth seeing when in Seville.