Last updated on 15 January 13
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Parque de Maria Luisa

  4.0/5 (2 ratings)

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The park was designed for the Ibero-American Exposition which opened in 1929, though it had been planned for 1914. It was designed by Forestier, a french landscape architect. Many of the pavilions survive. The Plaza de Espania fronts onto a semicircular canal and a plaza. The combination of buildings in revivalist styles, with formal and informal geometry convey something of the flavour of the World Columbian Exposition of 1893 (the Chicago World Fair), designed by Frederick Law Olmsted.
Address - Parque de Maria Luisa, Seville, Andalucia, Spain
Opening times - All year. Daily.
Website - Visit the Parque de Maria Luisa website

Designers and Influences

This garden has been designed and influenced by Jean-Claude Nicolas J, C, N Forestier

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  • over 1 year ago Anonymous said

    Beautiful public gardens.

    (3.0/5)
  • almost 4 years ago Anonymous said

    One of the spanish gardens designed by Forestier

    (5.0/5)

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