The city is intoxicated with the spirit of great artists who were born and walked through its streets, such as Velázquez, Bécquer (whose tomb can be visited at the Faculty of Fine Arts) or Murillo. 

Museum of Fire Arts of Seville

It is the best known and highest quality art gallery in the city. It has works of the great Sevillian masters such as Herrera the Elder, mentor of the painter Valdés Leal, works of Valdés Leal himself or the great Murillo. 

María Luisa Park and Plaza de España 

It is an Asset of Cultural Interest since 1987, located next to Plaza de España, near the historic center and next to the Royal Tobacco Factory (now the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters, Rectorate Building). It has beautiful corners to look for, such as the one dedicated to Becker, which represents the three phases of love. It also has cafes and places of refreshment. The Plaza de España is also known not only for having hosted the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929, but also for having been the set of many feature films, including some of the sequences of Star Wars, The Phantom Menace. 

Becquer corner, María Luisa Park

Reales Alcázares of Seville. 

A palace complex that is the result of several historical stages. The original palace dates from the High Middle Ages and has been built, expanded and reinvented throughout history. Like the Plaza de España, it has been the set for many feature films and series, such as Game of Thrones.

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