Seville City Umbrella ~The world's largest wooden frame architect is the German Yuergen & Meyer & Herman prototype, which imitates the wooden honeycomb roof of the Mediterranean pine (some say mushroom) that sticks together for nearly 5,000 square meters. It does provide a huge umbrella for the residents of the small city, but the focus is not just on the elegant shape of the building's roof circling sightseeing steps. Dow gives you a panoramic view of Seville
세비야의 현대식 목조건물!! 올라가셔서 석양이 지는 노을을 본다면 정말 멋집니다 세비야에 가신다면 꼭 방문해보세요
The City umbrella is a famous building in Villa. It's all-wood structure. Like the city spirit, it's more beautiful in the night. The local people also call it the big mushroom, which can climb up and overlook the city scenery. It's also a famous commercial street around here. It's very busy and you can take a look around.
Metropol Parasol, commonly known as Las Setas de la Encarnaci &3;n, is a wooden building in Seville, Spain. It is located in La Encarnaci &3;n, an old city. It was designed by German architect Juergen Meyer-Herman and completed in April 2011. It is 150 metres by 70 metres and about 26 metres high. It is known as the largest wooden building in the world. The metropolitan umbrella designed by J. MAYER H. Architects has become the symbol of Seville, one of the most fascinating cultural attractions in the world. The metropolitan umbrella is expected to turn Draenkanasion Square into a new centre of contemporary cities. Its unique space can trigger a lot of activities, such as leisure and business, and equipped with a sound infrastructure, to become the aspiration of local people and tourists. Metropolitan umbrella has a striking and impressive wooden structure, under which can be placed farmers'markets, elevated squares, bars, restaurants. The upper floor is a panoramic terrace. The project is so large that it uses the latest environmentally friendly wood and technology. The emergence of the umbrella has become a milestone between the city of history and modern times. Connect culture and business with unique grammar. The City umbrella has four floors. Underground is Antiquarium, exhibiting the ruins of Rome and Moore found here. The first floor is the central market. The second and third floors are panoramic terraces and restaurants for viewing the downtown scenery. Tickets seem to be 3 euros. After the tour, you can pick up a drink at a small restaurant that turns into the street on the right side of the umbrella. It's really wonderful in this hot place. Seville is the hottest place in the whole journey. We must do a good job in summer and sun protection.
A modern work of art, the night scene is even more amazing, just north of the commercial street, the sun umbrella is built on the Malyo Square, is the main venue for large-scale events held by Sevilians. Although the world's largest wooden structure is a bit out of place with this ancient town, this huge flying waffle cake still has a special flavor. I personally like it and feel very windy...