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The jardnes murillos

When in the Garden Murillo, four benches around a fountain quiet. My favorite bank still has sun. During the day, many people are walking through the park with their dogs. Also many people cross the road to get to other parts of the center. Behind my favorite bank is a large tree that provides shade if you want to sunbathe. I've seen many people who likes to read and chill and hang out with friends. The park is pretty much cleaned up some people stay away. Very close to this part of the park is a quaint nursery. In addition, this corner is in the center and follow the tram access. It is also very good for CIEE students because it is very close and can reassure or do homework between classes. If you like nature, this park will be the site of interest. It is located in the center near the street Menendez Pelayo and San Fernando. It's a good place to walk and to see something of the Spanish culture. When I'm sitting on the bench I can not hear cars or motorcycles or the sirens. In the spring, I think it would be a good place to find friends and have a picnic. There are also good restaurants both sides outside the park. In contrast, at night the park is only used for walking because it is very dark. I do not like walking in the park at night because I get nervous when I'm alone outside at night. Also, during the winter gets cold at night so it is more common to stay in the park during the day. Good weather during the hours 13:00 to 17:00. In my favorite bench I can look at the gardens of oranges trees and other beautiful plants. So if you want to relax between classes, my corner in the garden Murillo is a good place to do it.

Los jardínes murillos

Al dentro del Jardín Murillo, hay cuatro bancos alrededor de una fuente tranquila. Mi banco favorito todavía tiene sol. Durante el día, mucha gente está andando por el parque con sus perros. También mucha gente cruza el camino para llegar a otras partes del centro. Detrás de mi banco favorito hay un árbol más grande que ofrece una sombra si no se quiere tomar el sol. Yo he visto mucha gente que le gusta leer y tranquilizarse y pasar el tiempo con amigos. El parque es más o menos limpiado hasta unas personas se quedan basura. Muy cerca de esta parte del parque hay una escuela infantil pintoresca. Además, esta rincón es en el centro y siga al acceso a la tranvía. También es muy bueno para los estudiantes de CIEE porque es muy cerca y puede tranquilizar o hacer tareas entre los clases. Si le gusta la naturaleza, este parque va a ser el lugar de interese. Está localizado en el centro cerca de la calle Menéndez y Pelayo y San Fernando. Es un buen lugar para pasear y para ver algo de la cultura española. Cuando me estoy sentando en el banco no puedo oír los coches ni los motos ni las sirenas. En la primavera, pienso que sería un buen lugar de encontrar los amigos y tienen un campestre. También hay restaurantes buenos afuera de los dos lados del parque. Al contrario, por la noche el parque solamente está usado para pasear porque es muy oscuro. No me gusta pasear por el parque por la noche porque me pongo nerviosa cuando estoy sola afuera por la noche. También, durante el invierno hace frío por la noche por eso es más común quedarse en el parque durante el día. Hace buen tiempo durante las horas 13:00 a las 17:00. En mi banco favorito yo puedo mirar a los jardines de árboles de las naranjas y otras plantas bonitas. Por eso, si se quiere relajar entre los clases, mi rincón en el jardín Murillo es un buen lugar para hacerlo.
Frankie Scarafile
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An oasis of colors

The Murillo deserve to be traversed by the elegant explosion of colors that make up the flowering hedges. Along the heart of the historic center of Seville and a large tract almost merge with the gardens of the Real Alcazar, separated from it only a wall. The gardens are closed in the evening, which render the Seville a very romantic place if visited with more muted colors of the sunset.

Un'oasi di colori

I giardini Murillo meritano di essere attraversati per l'elegante esplosione di colori che formano le siepi fiorite. Costeggiano il cuore del centro storico di Siviglia e per un largo tratto quasi si fondono con i giardini del Real Alcazar, da cui li separa solo un muro di cinta.
I giardini vengono chiusi alla sera, il che priva Siviglia di un luogo decisamente romantico se visitato con i colori piú tenui del tramonto.
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As you wander in seville, you will un...

As you wander in Seville, you will unexpected events like this garden, not so great, but really dense and colorful. Formerly, there grew the vegetable garden and planting orchids. Its name, "Jardines de Murillo," was given to him in honor of the great painter who lived not far away, Calle Santa Teresa. Today, it is a place where people like to meet in Seville. You will notice above the palm trees, the monument to Christopher Columbus.

En vous baladant dans Séville, vous ferez des rencontres inattendues comme ce jardin, pas si grand, mais vraiment dense et coloré.

Autrefois, on y cultivait le potager et les plantations d'orchidées.

Son nom, "jardines de Murillo", lui a été donné en hommage au grand peintre qui vivait non loin de là, Calle Santa teresa. Aujourd'hui, c'est un lieu où les habitants de Séville aiment se retrouver. Vous remarquerez aussi au-dessus des palmiers, le monument dédié à Christophe Colomb.
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Mgicos gardens.

Stroll through the Gardens of Murillo at any time of year is a real pleasure, but do it in the spring, it becomes something unique ... The light and the colors of this season, accentuating every corner, the blue tiles, the color of the flowers ... But making it into something magical is doing well, in a morning of thick fog!

Unos jardines mágicos.

Pasear por los Jardines de Murillo en cualquier época del año es un auténtico placer, pero hacerlo en la primavera, se convierte en algo único...La luz y los colores de esta estación, acentúan todos sus rincones, el azul de los azulejos, el color de sus flores...Pero, lo que lo convierte en algo mágico es hacerlo además, en una mañana de intensa niebla!!!
María Eugenia.
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Jardines de murillo

Separated from the Alcazar Gardens by the wall, small Murillo Gardens are all in length and take you from the university to the charming neighborhood of Santa Cruz. The ride is pretty fast, but nice and if you find a little bit of shade you can recharge it away from the crowd as much as you like.

Jardines de murillo

Séparés des jardins de l’Alcazar par le mur d’enceinte, les petits jardins de Murillo sont tout en longueur et vous conduisent depuis l’université jusqu’au charmant quartier de Santa Cruz. La balade y est plutôt rapide, mais agréable et si vous trouvez un petit coin d’ombre vous pourrez vous y ressourcer à l’abri de la foule autant qu’il vous plaira.
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The gardens of murillo murillo garden...

The Gardens of Murillo Murillo Gardens beautify the historic Seville Quarter south of Santa Cruz, near the Real Alcazar and the walk to Catalina de Ribera. Emphasize their palms, ficus, tiled benches and many statues. A perfect place to relax.

Los jardines de Murillo

Los jardines de Murillo embellecen el casco histórico de Sevilla al sur del Barrio de Santa Cruz, junto al Real Alcazar y el paseo de Catalina de Ribera.

Destacan sus palmeras, ficus, bancos con azulejos y multitud de estatuas.

Un lugar perfecto para relajarse.
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The gardens of murillo is located nex...

The Gardens of Murillo is located next to the gardens of the Alcazar and take their name from the Sevillian painter Murillo, whose house was located in the district of Santa Cruz. These gardens were part of the so-called Huerta del Retiro, or the gardens of the Alcazar, and are composed of three natural areas well differentiated: the gardens of bliss, with marble sculptures, the Gardens of Catalina de Ribera (1898) with works by Juan Talavera and the Gardens of Murillo in itself, ceded by the King Alfonso XIII in 1911 at the request of Mayor Earl of Halcon. The three gardens are joined in one during the period between 1835 and 1911. They have a wide variety of plant species. The municipal architect Juan Talavera Heredia was commissioned to design the structure of roads and roundabouts of these gardens, which is why we began to call "gardens of Talavera." It was in 1918 that José Laguillo, editor of the newspaper El Liberal, the proposed name change, dedicating the gardens of the painter Bartolomé Esteban Murillo. On the north side of the gardens, bordering the houses in the district of Santa Cruz, will keep a tower and a few remains of the ancient city wall, where you can see the channels that brought water up from the Carmona Alcazar. It is a park ideal for walking, but do not recommend it in the summer because of high temperatures.

I Giardini di Murillo si trovano accanto ai giardini del Alcazar e prendono il nome dall’illustre pittore sivigliano Murillo, la cui casa era situata nel quartiere di Santa Cruz. Questi giardini formavano parte della cosiddetta Huerta del Retiro, ovvero gli orti del Alcazar, e sono composti da tre spazi naturali ben differenziati: i Giardini delle Delizie, con sculture di marmo,i Giardini di Catalina de Ribera (1898) con opere di Juan Talavera e i Giardini di Murillo in sé, ceduti dal re Alfonso XIII nel 1911 su richiesta del sindaco Conte di Halcón. I tre giardini si unirono in uno durante il periodo tra il 1835 e il 1911. Dispongono di una gran varietà di specie botaniche.
L’architetto municipale Juan Talavera Heredia fu incaricato di progettare la struttura di viali e rotonde di questi giardini; per questo si cominciarono a chiamare "giardini di Talavera". Fu nel 1918 che José Laguillo, direttore del giornale El Liberal, propose il cambio di nome, dedicando i giardini al pittore Bartolomé Esteban Murillo.
Nel lato nord dei giardini, ai confini con le case del quartiere di Santa Cruz, si conserva una torre e alcuni resti dell’antica muraglia della città, in cui sono visibili i canali che portavano acqua dalla Carmona fino all’Alcazar.
È un parco ideale per passeggiare, ma lo sconsiglio d’estate a causa delle alte temperature.
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