Seville — the Palace of San Telmo
Sevilla. Palace of San Telmo in Seville was poctroen near the Guadalquivir River in the late XVII century in neoclassical style. In the XVIII century it was added to the portal, in the style of the late Baroque (or Churrigueresque - his Spanish versions), the legendary Leonardo de Figueroa. In the past, this building housed the Naval School, which is reminiscent of the patron saint of sailors mestnogo sculpture of San Telmo, greets visitors at the entrance. It was here at one time housed the literary academy, where he studied prochih of Gustavo Adolfo Becquer, the famous Spanish writer and romantic poet of XIX century.