Parque Maria Luisa

Parque Maria Luisa, Seville Overview

Stretching along te Guadalquivir River in Seville, the Parque Maria Luisa is the principal area of greenery in the town. It is a public park spreading over an area of 100 acres. It was designed by Jean- Claude Nicolas Forestier.

Built on the site of the gardens of Palace of San Telmo, the Parque Maria Luisa is one of the places where one can seek greenery and fall in love with nature, when tired of the bustling city life and buildings. Forestier designed the park in 1911, to what it is now today. Architect Anibal Gonzalez began to construct the Ibero- American Exposition of 1929, in 1914. The park also serves as the botanical garden for the city, with different species of flowers, plants, etc. The park is home to a lot of birds as well, especially doves. The main attractions within the park include the monuments like Monument to Gustavo Adolfo Becquer, Monument to Miguel de Cervantes, the Fountain of the Lions and a few others. There are also a lot of buildings within this park like the Plaza de Espama, Queen's Sewing box, Archaelogical Museum of Seville, Seville Public Library and others.

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