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Parque de María Luisa - Seville - Plaza de America - Archaeological Museum of SevilleA walk around Parque de María Luisa, from the Plaza de America to Plaza de Espana, following our tour guide of Seville, who talked along the way!Parque de María LuisaThe Parque de María Luisa located in Seville ( Spain ) is the public garden or most famous park in the city and one of its green lungs . It has recently been declared of Cultural Interest . It opened as a public park on April 18, 1914 with the name of Infanta María Luisa Fernanda Urban Park.These spaces, which in principle were part of the private gardens of the Palace of San Telmo , was donated in 1893 by the Infanta María Luisa Fernanda de Bourbon , Duchess of Montpensier , city. The park was built the Plaza of Spain and America on the occasion of the Ibero-American Exposition in Seville in 1929, constituting one of its main attractions.Plaza de AmericaThe Plaza de America is home to two museums: The Archeologic Museum and the Crafts and Popular Arts Museum, opposite. The squeare is within the Maria Luisa park and its design is inspired in the Mudejar. One of the famous spot is the small area where families have traditionally been bringing their children to play with pigeons. Archaeological Museum of SevilleThe Archaeological Museum of Seville is located in Plaza de America , facing the Museum of Popular Arts (Ancient pavilion Mudéjar ) and next to the Royal Pavilion , in the Parque de María Luisa . It was the former Pavilion of Fine Arts of the American Exhibition of Seville . It was named Renaissance Palace.It housed in the Pabellón del Renacimiento, one of the pavilions designed by the architect Aníbal González. | Flickr/CC/ell brown
Parque de María Luisa - Seville - Plaza de America - Archaeological Museum of SevilleA walk around Parque de María Luisa, from the Plaza de America to Plaza de Espana, following our tour guide of Seville, who talked along the way!Parque de María LuisaThe Parque de María Luisa located in Seville ( Spain ) is the public garden or most famous park in the city and one of its green lungs . It has recently been declared of Cultural Interest . It opened as a public park on April 18, 1914 with the name of Infanta María Luisa Fernanda Urban Park.These spaces, which in principle were part of the private gardens of the Palace of San Telmo , was donated in 1893 by the Infanta María Luisa Fernanda de Bourbon , Duchess of Montpensier , city. The park was built the Plaza of Spain and America on the occasion of the Ibero-American Exposition in Seville in 1929, constituting one of its main attractions.Plaza de AmericaThe Plaza de America is home to two museums: The Archeologic Museum and the Crafts and Popular Arts Museum, opposite. The squeare is within the Maria Luisa park and its design is inspired in the Mudejar. One of the famous spot is the small area where families have traditionally been bringing their children to play with pigeons. Archaeological Museum of SevilleThe Archaeological Museum of Seville is located in Plaza de America , facing the Museum of Popular Arts (Ancient pavilion Mudéjar ) and next to the Royal Pavilion , in the Parque de María Luisa . It was the former Pavilion of Fine Arts of the American Exhibition of Seville . It was named Renaissance Palace.It housed in the Pabellón del Renacimiento, one of the pavilions designed by the architect Aníbal González. | Flickr/CC/ell brown

La mudanza del Arqueológico para su puesta a punto

Fuente del patio de la casa natal | EsRadio Sevilla
Fuente del patio de la casa natal | EsRadio Sevilla

Así será la Casa Natal de Velázquez en Sevilla

Crónicas del misterio: terror en el barranco de Badajoz

El periodista y divulgador científico, José Manuel García Bautista, cuenta en su sección "Crónicas del Misterio" los hechos más inquietantes. 

Récord histórico de visitas de sevillanos al Real Alcázar

Hablamos con Antonio Muñoz, delegado de Hábitat Urbano, Cultura y Turismo del Ayuntamiento de Sevilla sobre el balance de visitas al monumento. 
Retrato de Hernán Cortes | Wikipedia
Retrato de Hernán Cortes | Wikipedia

'España, la primera globalización', el documental diferente sobre el imperio español que necesita financiación

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Un trabajador en la excavación en Pompeya | EFE
Un trabajador en la excavación en Pompeya | EFE

Descubren en Pompeya un "restaurante" que guarda restos de comida "para llevar"

Valme J. Caballero con la responsable de La Suite de Rubens | EsRadio Sevilla
Valme J. Caballero con la responsable de La Suite de Rubens | EsRadio Sevilla

La Curiosidad: La Suite de Rubens

Hallan en Ciudad de México una torre azteca con 119 cráneos de hombres, mujeres y niños

Hallan en Ciudad de México una torre azteca con 119 cráneos de hombres, mujeres y niños

Hallan en el centro de la Ciudad de México una torre azteca con 119 cráneos humanos

Hallan en el centro de la Ciudad de México una torre azteca con 119 cráneos humanos

Vaya historias: rescatando a la Giralda

El periodista y divulgador científico, José Manuel García Bautista, narra en su sección "Vaya historias" los episodios, leyendas y mitos de Sevilla.
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