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Puente de Isabel II - Puente de Triana

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Triana and the Guadalquivir

Seville, 1845. By order of Queen Isabel II, did the construction of this marvellous piece of engineering begin. Seven years later, it would be completed.

It is now known as the "Triana Bridge" because that's the name of the neighbourhood in which it is located. Although christened Isabel II Bridge, nobody knows it as such.

My favourite corner of Seville

Beneath the ground I lie down every day that I can all alone, on the lawn with a beer and the person I love most.

Furthermore, it is little visited, which gives me greater intimacy and relaxation. In short, there is not a week that I don’t go at least once to my favourite corner of Seville.

Always face the Puente de Triana

A walk in the morning, at sunset ... at night, but always facing the Puente de Triana in Seville.

Contemplate it from near or afar, but above all, stepping on its iron and forming a part of this historical piece of work you will feel Seville.

It’s not a corner, but from its structure you can delight in every corner of the city, from Calle Betis in Triana, through the Torre del Oro (Golden Tower) to the Maestranza bullring, and thus have a view of a city to fall in love with.

The calm waters of the Guadalquivir lie under it, hypnotized by the lights that reflect proudly, blending tradition and modernity beyond the Expo 92.

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