The Bridge of Isabel II, popularly known as Bridge of Triana, was designed by Eiffel drawing on the Bridge Carrousel of Paris and is one of our National Historical Monuments.
It joins the center of the city of Seville with the popular and typical andalusian Triana district, replacing an old bridge of boats which existed in the s. XIX.
It is the most impressive of the six bridges that across the Guadalquivir river in Seville (Andalusia, Spain)
Many people use to go to this side of the river to read, paint, sunbathe, have a drink, running, rowling or just relax :)
It is one of the most famous places in Seville and one of my favorites so I hope you enjoy it ;)
Featured work in Complex Simplicity (May 10)