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Teatro Lope de Vega

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The Teatro Lope de Vega in Seville is on Avenida de María Luisa, next to the popular park of the same name. This building was built in 1929 by architect Vicente Traver y Tomás to house the Seville Pavilion during the Ibero-American Exposition. As it was being designed, it had already been decided that it would become a theatre after the exposition had ended.

You will see that architecturally this beautiful building and its ornamentation are both baroque, and inside it seats over a thousand people. 

The theatre has played host to all types of events, and today, some of the most important national and international productions grace its stage, placing it firmly among the most important theatres in the country. Plus, you can enjoy other exhibits in its colonnade, or you might even travel through time and immerse yourself in the rather unique environment of its cafe. 

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