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Parque de María Luisa, Sevilla: 38 reviews and 98 photos
Parque Maria Luisia was named after Princess Maria Luisa (Duchess of Monpensier) who donated part of the grounds of her home, the Palacio de San Telmo, to the city in 1893 to be used as a park. The grounds are made up of half a mile of Art Deco buildings, ponds and lakes, leafy shade trees, pretty flower beds and statues. The magnificent Plaza de Espana is in feature of the park. The white pigeons that you see were a gift by the Philippine peple for the 1929 Iberoamerican expo held in Seville.
Souvenir Sellers can be found around the park especially at the entrance near the Plaza de Espana.
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