No, this isn't the Giralda in Seville, but a reproduction of it, albeit on a smaller scale. It is made from brick and stone, with decorative balconies. The tower is topped by an identical statue to the one in Seville. It stands in the heart of the city, opposite the Ermita de la Soledad, and close to the Museum of Fine Arts and the Cathedral. This building was built in 1930, commissioned by the industrialist Manuel Cancho Moreno for commercial use; today it is the headquarters of Telefonica. The architect who designed it was Adel Pinna.