|Photos:||Museum of Popular Customs|
The Museum of Popular Custums of Seville is located in the former Pavilion of Ancient Arts,
which was built by Anibal Gonzalez for the Ibero-American exposition of 1929.
The building is in Neo-Mudéjar style.
The museum displays antropologic and etnografic collections, such as ancient Craftmanship, Agricultural production and Furniture.
Now, there still remains one very important museum to be visited in Seville: the (12) Museum of Fine Arts.