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Teatro Lope de Vega

Construido en 1927 para la Exposición Iberoamericana de 1929, el Teatro Lope de Vega, junto al Casino de la Exposición, el Pabellón de Sevilla. Vicente Traver y Tomás planeó para él una arquitectura barroca, siendo el edificio fiel a ese estilo tanto en el conjunto como en su ornamentación. Caja escénica, butacas, platea, palcos, anfiteatro y paraíso le confieren una espectacular belleza. Al terminar la exposición, la vida del teatro pasó por grandes altibajos, hasta que en 1985 vuelve a manos del ayuntamiento y se realiza una profunda e imprescindible reforma que devolvió al valor de las características originales, limitando el número de espectadores a 749. Se reinauguró el 21 de febrero de 1988 y, a partir de esta etapa, el Teatro Lope de Vega se ha convertido en pieza fundamental dentro de la actividad cultural de la ciudad, sirviendo como lugar de representación para todo tipo de espectáculos, con una programación nacional e internacional que se encuentra entre los teatros más importantes de España.

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Teatro Central

The Teatro Central in Seville opened in 1992 on the grounds of which was the site of World Expo. The volume of the theater is a box within a box, with a mobile stage that allows all sorts of possibilities. The public also varies in position and capacity in various representations, either the Italian, Elizabethan, sand or concerts. We talked about a clean volume, clad in natural stone, nude, without ornamentation, which stands out from the vegetation along the Guadalquivir river water. He is considered one of the best avant-garde theaters in the country, and it usually shows different disciplines are scheduled, including flamenco.

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Real Alcázar

The Real Alcazar of Seville is the Royal Palace with continued use as the oldest royal residence in the world. Today it remains the official residence of SS.MM. the Kings of Spain during their visits to Seville. The primitive fortification was constructed around the year 884 like defense of the Norman invasion to Seville. The Real Alcázar has witnessed great historical events of all kinds, as well as being a mandatory tourist and cultural reference of the city.

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Café Alameda

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Teatro de la Maestranza

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Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza

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Hotel Triana

The traditional corral of neighbors, open patio with the sky for roof and in the heart of a mother neighborhood for the art, Triana, has been in many occasions a flamenco stage, hosting numerous shows. So much so that in 2004 the mayor of Seville, Alfredo Sánchez Monteseirín, and the then director of the Biennial, Manuel Copete, read a thank-you text and delivered a tile with the inscription “A hotel with many stars”, as recognition to its neighbors for the collaboration provided during so many years. Space sponsored by:

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Factoría Cultural

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Puerto de Sevilla

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Espacio Turina

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