The town hall is a building that still retains its neoclassical façade from 1782, having survived all the renovations and extensions it has undergone. The most outstanding features are the giant pilasters crossing all the floors of the building. The Ensenada Land Registry (18th century), considered the first inventory of its kind in Spain, is preserved in its historical archive.
The museum is located in the Plaza de España. The access to it is located in the inner gallery of the square, between the Puerta de Aragón and the Torre Norte. It has obtained a large part of the collection of the old Maestranza de Artillería in Seville, the 1897 Memorial of which refers to a "model room", which has been considered the seed of the first artillery museum in Seville.
The Ibero-American Exhibition took place in the Spanish city of Seville. It opened on 9 May 1929 and closed on 21 June 1930. It was held to showcase the twinning between Spain, Latin America, the United States, Portugal and Brazil.
The exhibition coincided with the 1929 Barcelona International Exhibition. Both were considered the General Spanish Exhibition
Casa Señorial Villa Emilia, also popularly known as La Casa Bonita, designed by the illustrious architect of the Plaza de España in Seville, Aníbal González Álvarez-Ossorio.