|Location||Isla de la Cartuja s/n, Seville (see map)|
Sevilla featured the World Exhibition of 1992
coinciding with the celebrations for the fifth centenary of the discovery of America, on the Cartuja peninsula.
On the Expo site have remained the Cartuja monastery, a technology park and the Isla Magica
Coming from Cartuja monastery, enter the technology park through the South Gate.
South gate technology park
is an attempt of the city administration to attract Hightech and Service Industries to the deserted lands of the Expo fair.
As many countries have deconstructed their pavilions after the fair, there is a lot of space available.
Pavilion of Chile
However, you can still find some Expo pavilions left, like the ones of Chile America, which is today used as a building of the University.
Pavilion of America
The Expo '92 fair considerably improved the Sevillian traffic infrastructure. An example of which is
(23) Barqueta bridge
connecting the Cartuja peninsula to the center of Seville.
Opposite the city center, across the river and adjacent to the Triana neighborhood.
See the monument on interactive map
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