If this small, odd structure that looks like a miniature castle seems out of place in the Maria Luisa Park, that's because it is. It was originally built as a guard house for Palace of San Telmo, but now serves today as a tourist information center and a home for a permanent exhibition of the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929. There's also a small cafe on site.
Fans of classic architecture may be happy just giving the exterior a look, as it is the oldest existing example of the "neomudéjar" style in Seville. The building is mostly original aside from a 2007 restoration that added a watchtower to the roof.
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