Torre Norte de Plaza de España in Sevilla, Spain, is a great spot to experience the beautiful architecture of the area. Built-in 1917, it stands atop a hill surrounded by lush greenery. Located at the entrance of the Maria Luisa Park, the tower is the tallest of the four towers of the Plaza de España complex. The neoclassical style of the colossal building's façade makes it a sight to behold. Stunning mosaics and artwork adorn the tower grounds. A large statue of Don Quixote stands in front of the entrance. Take a walk around the tower, full of fascinating antique motifs, and enjoy the stunning view of the city. Take time to explore the surrounding parks and gardens, such as the Real Maestranza. Plaza de España is one of Sevilla's iconic landmarks with a wealth of fascinating history and architecture, eagerly awaiting your exploration.
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