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“Tolerance and Architecture”

Fundacion Tres Culturas del Mediterraneo
Ranked #80 of 322 things to do in Seville
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Owner description: Foundation Three Cultures of the Mediterranean is based in the Morocco Pavilion of Expo '92 in Seville, one of the most beautiful pavilions built for that event and which can be toured again, 20 years later. Free guided tours (available in English, French and Spanish) are held from Monday to Friday mornings and can be arranged through the website.
Reviewed 30 September 2016

Visiting Sevilla and especially this beautiful art work made by Morocco in Spain. Yes It was the King Hassan II who decided to give the Sevilla Expo 92 a wonderful gift. Later this Moroccan pavilion will be the one who will be awarded as the most beautiful of the Expo.

2  Thank kadirisaid
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Reviewed 19 March 2016

Definately does not dissapoint. building is stunning and beautiful and it is great to see how things are preserved and looked after so well.

Thank Angela H
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Reviewed 30 September 2015

We went to the Foundacion to take part in an ebvent about building bridges between the three cultures (christian, jewish, muslim) which were active in Seville during the Moorish domination. Very interesting event, a combination of conference, poetry reading, and music. The Foundation is based in the former Moroccan pavilion at Expo 92, a very elegant and well appointed building. Only difficulty - it is difficult to find becaues it is not actially in Calle Max Planck, but across an ornamental carden from the Calle. The taxi that we called to go back had problems finding it too. Other than that, full marks!

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Reviewed 22 September 2015

As a resident of Seville, I am constantly on the lookout for different things to do in the city. The '92 Expo is still remnant in many sevillanos' recent memory, and while the complex surrounding the pavilion is overgrown and abandoned, the pristine building is a huge surprise. Apart from the archictecture and handiwork, carried out by artisans from Morocco, the history and foresight of the building is interesting.

Tours are guided from Foundation employees themselves and discuss the cultural significance of the building - one of the most popular during the Expo - as well as what the entity hopes to provide as the largest Arabic cultural museum in the Mediterranean.
Check out their new website - the Fundación hosts book clubs, movie screenings and language courses, too.

While it's not the Alcázar, the installations and library are worth a visit - and it's free!

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Reviewed 10 May 2015 via mobile

Maybe because it was Sunday... Don't go there without organizing some tour beforehand. We did not meet a single human being.

Thank Trippy201405
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