Maria Louisa Park, next to the Spanish Square, is the main green area in Seville. Most of the land used in Maria Louisa Park was originally the garden of the Palace of St. Termore. In 1893, the Duchess donated it to Seville as a park. Since 1911, Jean-Claude Nicolas Frestier has been redesigned to his present shape. In 1914, architect Anibal Gonzalez began work on the 1929 Ibero-American Exposition, part of which was held in the park. The park is very big, not very beautiful, the water is really dirty, cheating people to eat and drink everywhere. Although they are very presumptuous, it*s really fun to tease them. I play with Pig Head and see that Flamingo is almost late.