Hi there! It's been a while. I know, the world is upside down and now is not a time to be planning travel, so I thought I'd look back at over 10 years of travel photos I've racked up and return to some of the most unique, unusual, odd and memorable places I've visited around the world.
This time: the Plaza de España in Seville, Spain.
This monumental square, originally built for the Ibero-American Exposition World's Fair in 1929 is now home to government offices.
I first saw images of the square, like many other millennial no doubt, in the Star Wars prequel “Episode II – Attack of the Clones” and when I learned it was a real place, felt compelled to visit.
I lived in western Spain in late 2012, and took a couple of trips to Seville, and this was one of the first places I visited there.
Have you ever visited the Plaza de España in Seville? What did you think of it?