It was the Seville architect Aníbal González who began the three buildings on this square for the 1929 Ibero-American Exhibition: the Royal Pavilion at one end, in the Isabeline style, and opposite each other in the middle of the square, the Renaissance Fine Arts Pavilion, seat of Seville's Archaeology Museum and Mudejar Pavilion, which houses the Museum of Arts and Traditions. On the square, the flocks of white doves that you can feed seeds to will delight the children.
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