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Architecture of Andalusia

06 October 2009

1940s – Basilica de Macarana, Seville, Spain

This 1940s church, which is home to the most adored religious image in all of Andalucía, the 17th-century Virgen de la Esperanza (Hope) sculpture. Commonly known simply as La Macarena, she is the...

06 October 2009

1929 – Ibero-American Exposition – Royal Pavilion, Seville, Andalusia, Spain

Architect: Aníbal González This was the Royal Family pavilion during the Ibero-American Exhibition of 1929. Designed by Aníbal González, who designed a number of buildings for the exhibition, he treated this building in...

06 October 2009

1929 – Ibero-American Exposition – Mudejar Pavilion, Seville, Andalusia, Spain

Architect: Aníbal González The Mudejar Pavilion was built by the architect Aníbal González as part of an extensive urban development project for the 1929 Ibero-American Exhibition. The pavilion, which functioned as the Palace...

06 October 2009

1992 – Puente del Alamillo, Seville, Spain

Architect: Santiago Calatrava The Alamillo Bridge spans the Canal de Alfonso XIII in Seville, allowing access to La Cartuja, an island between the canal and the Guadalquivir River. The bridge was constructed as...

06 October 2009

1929 – Ibero-American Exposition – Uruguay Pavilion, Seville, Andalusia, Spain

Architect: Uruguay’s pavilion included displays of its industrial schools, including the Institute of Agronomy and an art gallery filled with paintings and bronze sculptures.

06 October 2009

1929 – Ibero-American Exposition – Mexico Pavilion, Seville, Andalusia, Spain

Architect: Manuel Amabilis The Mexican pavilion, designed by Manuel Amabilis, included exhibits on archeology, education, and the history of Spanish accomplishments in Mexico. Students in Mexican schools prepared some of the education exhibits....

06 October 2009

1929 – Ibero-American Exposition – Columbia Pavilion, Seville, Andalusia, Spain

Architect: Jose Granados The Republic of Columbia constructed a pavilion designed by Seville architect Jose Granados. The pavilion included a collection of sculpture and artwork by Colombian artist Romolo Rozo, and of Columbian...

06 October 2009

1929 – Ibero-American Exposition – Brasil Pavilion, Seville, Andalusia, Spain

Architect: Pedro Paulo Bernardes Bastos The Brazilian pavilion contained a coffee cultivation exhibit complete with panoramas and models illustrating the different phases of cultivation. Architect Pedro Paulo Bernardes Bastos designed the pavilion, which...

06 October 2009

1929 – Ibero-American Exposition – Argentina Pavilion, Seville, Andalusia, Spain

Architect: Martin Noel Architect Martin Noel designed Argentina’s pavilion, which included a movie theatre and displays focusing on Argentinean industries and products.