The city of Seville (or Sevilla in spanish) is the capital of the Spanish region and province of Andalusia and has about 700,000 inhabitants, making Seville the fourth largest city in Spain.
Real Alcazar of Seville.
The Real Alcázar de Sevilla is the Royal Palace of Seville. The name ‘Alcazar’ means castle in Spanish and is derived from the Arabic word al-qasr (fortress or palace). The complex of palaces is in the Mudéjar style, which is a architectural style with many influences from Moorish and Christian culture. It is probably the oldest palace still in use in Europe; when King Felipe V visits Seville, this palace is still his residence.
Plaza de Espana
The overwhelming Plaza de España is the most famous square in Seville. Several buildings were designed for the Ibero-American exhibition of 1929 in and around the Maria-Luisa Park. Aníbal González designed this Spanish square, which is in Spanish Renaissance style with a diameter of 200 metres. Spain’s goal with the exhibition was to make symbolic peace with its former American colonies.