In the public spaces of Seville, a beautiful collection of monuments, of the most diverse styles, have been formed throughout history, which contribute to further beautify the city. Among them we can highlight the works of the great nineteenth-century sculptor Antonio Susillo, who made monuments such as the one by Velázquez in the Plaza del Duque or the one by Miguel de Mañara in the Jardines de la Caridad.

It is also worth mentioning all those that were erected in connection with the great event that was the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929. For the occasion, many of the city's public spaces were renovated, raising new monuments such as the one dedicated to Columbus on Paseo Catalina de Ribera or the allegorical fountain of Seville in Puerta de Jerez.

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