Plaza de America, Seville
Historic Site and Park in Seville
The Plaza de America (Seville), located in the Parque de Maria Luisa, Seville. Plaza de América is called the Parque de las Palomas, or Dove Park and the flocks of white doves that you can feed seeds to will delight the children.
The three buildings were built between 1913 and 1916 for the future 1929 for the Ibero-American Exhibition.
It was the Seville architect Aníbal González who began the three buildings in different architectural styles on this square for the 1929 Ibero-American Exhibition. The Royal Pavilion is in the in the Neo-gothic style. The second, a Mudejar style, houses the Museum of Popular Arts and Customs. The last, Neo-renaissance, is the Provincial Archaeological Museum in which the Carambolo Treasure (the largest find of prehistoric precious metalwork) is preserved.