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Las Setas - Seville, Spain
I captured this panoramic photo of the fantastic wooden sculpture Espacio Metropol Parasol during my final weeks abroad. The structures are known more affectionately by the locals as Las Setas which translates to 'the mushrooms.' I visited Seville twice and was awe-struck both times by these structures. My favorite part of this location is that when the mushrooms were being built, starting in 2005, the construction revealed ancient roman ruins from the first century underground. The 6 mushrooms now span 490x230 feet, but also below there is a museum where you can learn some of Seville's incredible history and see the ruins for yourself. Modern juxtaposed with the ancient.
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