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Stunning from the outside. I spotted it from a city sightseeing bus tour, Seville. Colours were interesting similar to Al Hambra Cordoba. Sadly it was closed when I visited. Amazing piece of architecture.
Hint: check when it's open, worth a visit, good camera
Costurero de la Reina or the Queens going box. There's a false legend that Queen Mercedes of Orléans spent her days in this building sewing and resting in the sun due to her delicate health. Nowadays, it houses a tourist information office.
It's a pretty...More
This is not just the Tourist Office (closed for siesta) , but also a historic building, the "Queen's sewing box". It was restored in 2007.
It looks very cute from the outside, like a big cake. It was built as a guard house and is...More
Looks like a little trinket box. Striking pink stripes and Moorish style windows.
Pretty place which is now a tourist information centre.
A couple of orange trees around it. Take a few moments out just to have a look around a take a few photos.
Built as part of the 1929 exhibition the Queen's Sewing House so named after a romantic tale of a queen who spent her time there sewing waiting for her lover. Built in the popular Mudejar style of the time.
The Costurero de la Reina is located at the roundabout of Paseo de las Delicias and the Puente de los Remedios.
Standing as a sentinel, and originally a guard house, it appropriately stands guard.
right outside the stunning UNESCO World Heritage Site of María Luisa...More