The Torre Norte (North Tower) of the iconic Plaza de España in Sevilla, Spain, is an impressive monument built in 1929. It stands tall as a symbol of the monumental complex of the Cathedral, the Plaza de España, and the River Guadalquivir. The tower is made of Reconquista sandstone with a small balcony at the top. The stunning sight of the tower offers perfect views of the Plaza and its large pond as well as the churches and palaces. The Plaza de España was designed to host the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929, held to celebrate the fifth centenary of the discovery of America. Its most distinctive feature is the multiple bridges that connect the structure and form representation of the four ancient kingdoms. Visiting the Torre Norte of the Plaza de España is a must-see for anyone visiting Sevilla, one of the most beloved cities in Spain.
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