Alameda de Hércules in Seville, Spain - Stock image
Andalusia, Europe, Famous Place, Iberian Peninsula, Local Landmark
'Seville, Spain - September 14, 2012: Two ancient columns depicting guardian lions guard the northern end of Alameda de HArcules. This square was built in 1574. It used to be a promenaded public garden, named after the white poplars trees in its centre. It was at that point the oldest public garden in Spain and Europe. People can be seen in the background.'