Seville Diaries – Plaza De Espana

Dress – ASOS | Necklace – Mango

Seville(pronounced as Se-BEE-ya) the Andulasian capital will steal your heart from the moment you first set foot on its cobblestone streets.

This particular post is dedicated only to one magnanimous site in Seville, Plaza De Espana.
One thing we love to do while visiting the most famous or touristy locations on our travels is to visit those places early in the morning.

This way we are able to get our photos done and also get to enjoy the beauty of place before the crowds hit. Talking about this location this monument is Plaza de Espana (direct translation would be Spain Square).

The fascinating building was the brain child of Aníbal González and its magnificent structure swings around the plaza in a large semi-circle. At its center stands the spectacular fountain created by Vicente Traver. Built in the style of Renaissance Revival and Moorish Revival architecture.

We might have spent approximately only 30-45 mins there which were enough to transport us back in time. As I said earlier if you really want to feel the essence of such monumental places then visit them in the earlfy hours with the morning breeze, soft light and birds chirping in the background are sure to transport you to a different time.

This is just the first post from our Seville Diaries. I’ll be posting more about this wonderful city in my next Seville Diaries post.

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