Construction of concrete and wood in the old quarter of Seville. It is also called the Mushrooms of Seville. The building, 28 meters high, was designed by German architect Jürgen Meier and claims to be the largest wooden structure in the world.
Metropol Parasol is built of four floors. On the underground floor there is the Antiquarium which houses a museum with Roman and Moorish remains discovered during construction.
On the ground floor there is a central market, the first and second floors are two levels of panoramic terraces (including a restaurant), with one of the best views of the city center.