Seville, beautiful and diverse

The Andalusian Centre of Contemporary Art (C.A.A.C., as for its Spanish acronym) was created in February 1990 with the intention of providing the Autonomous Region with an appropriate institution for the research, preservation, promotion and dissemination of contemporary art.

It is one of the main accesses to the northern area of Isla de la Cartuja, and is close to the Science and Technology Park and the Isla Mágica theme park.

The engineers in charge of its design were Marcos Jesús Pantaleón and Juan José Arenas, also on the occasion of Expo'92.

In this planet, with two-thirds of it occupied by seas and oceans, shipping has served as a bridge between cultures, making our world a better known place.

This garden belonged to the Nature Pavilion of Expo '92 (Seville). It is unique in Spain for its exclusive content of American species, some of which are extemely rare in the world. It has a landscape design, being structured in different irregularly shaped parterres next to a network of dirt and paved roads and paths that run along its entire length.

The Alamillo Park is located in the northern part of the Isla de la Cartuja, on the outskirts of Seville, after crossing the River Guadalquivir over the Alamillo Bridge. This large green lung allows you to carry out and enjoy several sports and outdoor leisure activities in contact with nature.

The Alamillo Bridge in Seville (Spain) is a cable-stayed bridge with a counterweight pylon that crosses the River Guadalquivir. It was designed by Santiago Calatrava and finished in 1992.

On the occasion of the Expo '92, Seville made 215 hectares available for the event of the year. In spite of being one of the best preserved and most well used sites for a universal exhibition, there is no doubt that part of its extension has been turned into ruins.