We start our tour at Plaza del Duque de la Victoria. Locals consider this square to be the very center of Seville. Department store El Corte Inglés, which is the building on the left, is a popular meeting point.
We take calle Alfonso XII towards the river. On the photo you can see tall palmtrees, which belong to the Escuela de Estudios Hispano-Americanos, a research institute owned by the Spanish state.
Further down the street, we reach the Plaza del Museo and the Fine Arts Museum, on our left.
A news stand and the museum in the background.
Every Sunday, weather permitting, local artists sell their works in an Art Market along the plaza. Most of the works are paintings and sketches, but occasionally other pieces are on sale as well.
The museum is free of entrance fee for EU-citizens. It is considered one of the best Fine Arts Museums in Spain, with works of Murillo, Valdés Leal, Zurbarán, amongst others.
We continue our walk on Alfonso XII street. The next to the right is already Redes street. You can find the street sign on the photo.
Entering Redes street, the apartment building is the third house to the left. (On the photo the second house with the woodden balcony windows.)