Plaza de España in 360º

By | 10 December, 2012 | 0 comments

 

 

On the website of Sevilla in 360 degrees (www.sevillaen360.es) we can find 360º photographic compositions showing the most typical, characteristic and distinctive monuments and places in Seville.

If we click on the three links shown below, we can watch Plaza de España (Spain Square) in 360º. The construction of Plaza de España, of regionalist style, began in 1914 as a part of the suite of buildings projected for the Spanish-American Exhibition of 1929. The architect, Anibal Gonzalez, was also in charge of the main brief of that event. With a half-elliptic shape and 50,000 m2, it was the most emblematic construction of that time and one of the most representative and most visited monuments in the city. It was inaugurated by king Alfoso XIII in 1929, just in time for the Exhibition.

Link number 1 to Plaza de España in 360º:

www.sevillaen360.es/esfericas/plazadeespana1/plazadeespana1.html

Link number 2 to Plaza de España in 360º: 

www.sevillaen360.es/esfericas/plazadeespana2/plazadeespana2.html

Link number 3 to Plaza de España in 360º:

www.sevillaen360.es/esfericas/plazadeespana3/plazadeespana3.html

 

We recommend watching compositions in 360º in full screen mode and increasing the zoom. This tools are provided on the left lower side of the website. 

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Further information on this monument on:

http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plaza_de_Espa%C3%B1a_(Sevilla)

 

Issue published by Alcoba del Rey de Sevilla Hotel

www.alcobadelrey.com

 

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