"Edificio Pedro Roldán" Santa Cruz District Tip by MM212

Santa Cruz District, Sevilla: 54 reviews and 102 photos

  Casa Pedro Roldán
by MM212

The slender red brick Edificio Pedro Roldán is an elegant example of barroco sevillano architecture. Its blue and white dome and façade mixing red brick with blue azulejos give it a distinctive look. The building was designed in 1927 by the celebrated local architect José Espiau y Muñoz, whose famous works include Hotel Alfonso XIII and Casa de la Adriática. Casa Pedro Roldán, as it is also known, was named after a famous 17th century sculptor.

Address: Plaza del Pan
Directions: From the Alcazar main entrance make a right turn. Right at Plaza de la Alianza, start exploring

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Dec 4, 2008
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