Las Setas: Walk ways on the upper level terrace

Walk ways on the upper level terrace of Las Setas in Seville, Andalusia, Spain

Walk ways on the upper level terrace

Walk ways on the upper level terrace
Located on the La Encarnación square, Las Setas is one of the main tourist attractions in Seville. It is a strange wooden structure resembling a set of mushrooms. Visitors can climb and walk the paths on top and get a 360 degree view of Seville.

Officially known as Metropol Parasol, Las Setas was designed by the German architect Jürgen Mayer and completed in April 2011. It has six umbrella-like structures, known as parasols, and has four levels. The underground level houses a Roma-era museum, known as the Antiquarium. Level 1 at the street level and level 2 and 3 are the upper floor with walkaways. There is a restaurant in the central parasol.

The image shows a view of the upper level with walkways for the visitors.

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