Seville is full of places where you can walk and feel the explosion of vegetation and Andalusian architecture and there are a few green gems that you must visit in the city. One of these is the 'Jardines de Murillo', which is located on the avenue of 'Menéndez Pelayo'. These gardens are named as such because they are close to the birthplace of the Sevillian painter named 'Bartholomew Esteban Murillo'. In 1911, a part of the Alcazár's land was sold in order to create these gardens designed by Juan Talavera y Heredia. Here, you'll find a large botanical variety with species such as Bougainvillea, Japanese spindle, Crepe Myrtle, Magnolias and hybrid bananas, among others. During your walk, you can also see some works which are dedicated to famous and important people, such as the roundabout dedicated to the painter named 'Jose García Ramos'.
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