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 link below, we can watch Seville Town Hall in 360º. Seville Town Hall was mostly built at the end of the 15th and beginning of the 16th century. The architect in charge of its construction was Diego de Riaño, who designed the area of the building looking into San Francisco Square with the exuberant Platereque façade that we can behold nowadays, two storeys and the small arch that contributed access to the old Franciscan convent existing by that time in the current Plaza Nueva (New Square). The façade presently visible in this square, of Neoclassical style, was designed in the XIX century, when the building was restored and a third storey was added.
Link to Seville Town hall seen from Plaza Nueva in 360º:
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.
Further information on Seville Town Hall on:
Issue published by Alcoba del Rey de Sevilla Hotel
This picture is a screenshot of the 360º composition taken from the aforementioned website