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Plaza de Espana, Ecija

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  • Square in the Centre with great atmosphere and surrounded by bars, a penalty that we went on Easter and it was all full of chairs. The Fund has a few Roman remains and a few very beautiful buildings
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  • IN the Centre of Ecija, meeting place of the Ecijanos. The square is surrounded by several bars and restaurants. It houses the underground parking. Access by car is difficult for what is essential to use the parking. Very central place to start all the tourist routes in the city.
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  • The city since Roman times was developing around this linda Plaza. They say that Ecija is the frying pan of Andalucia because it is the most warm of all. Worth to visit it and the main square and beautiful streets. Around the square are the St. Barbara's Church, the convent of San Francisco, the Church of San Juan, one of the most beautiful of the city, with an important belfry, the Palace of Valdehermoso (with a plateresque façade with two Roman columns), the Town Hall. A few meters from it there are several buildings monuments tourist attractions. The Palace of Peñaflor, with a prominent iron balcony and a facade of marble color pink and beautiful columns. Benamejí Palace, now the Municipal Museum and the convent of the Teresas (only outside). Conversing with a parishioner took us to visit the Palace of Justice, a true joyiya with Mudéjar decoration.
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