backWall mural decorative city of Seville
Wall mural decorative city of Seville
  • Wall mural decorative city of Seville
  • Wall mural decorative city of Seville
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backWall mural decorative city of Seville


This mural of the old town of Seville is of high quality and resists variations in temperature, steam or humidity, so you can apply these photomurals in different areas of your home or business.

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Black and White
Self Adhesive Vinyl

Very resistant adhesive vinyl with a smooth and satin-like finish. They can be placed on all types of smooth surfaces such as walls, doors, appliances, glass, partitions, plasterboard, etc. Manufactured to be easy to install and remove without residue.


Canvas paper

A NON-ADHESIVE material with a matte and textured finish, ideal for those murals made from images of paintings, abstract photos or paintings. It is not advisable to use this material in kitchens and bathrooms. They can be cleaned with a soft sponge, warm water and neutral soap.


Translucent adhesive

It is the ideal vinyl to decorate or mark glass surfaces. It is widely used in commercial premises, on partition walls, in indiscreet windows in bathrooms, kitchens, glazed terraces, shop windows, etc. It allows light to pass through but prevents the vision of what is behind.



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Seville has a special color, and it is also one of the most populated cities in Spain, it is made up of 46 municipalities and a total population of approximately 1,600,000 inhabitants. If we decide to visit this beautiful city, we must distinguish between the old town and the historic town, since each of them presents us with a different period of its evolution. The old town presents us with the history of Andalusia in the days before the industrial revolution, it is among the three largest in Europe and ranks first in Spain.

The historic center presents its history beyond this time. If we go to Seville, the ideal is to lose ourselves in its streets and enjoy strolling through emblematic neighborhoods such as La Triana or La Macarena. Visiting the Alcázar, it is impossible to remain indifferent to this Mudejar decoration located on an Arab citadel, the cathedral and the Archive of the Indies, which presents Spanish Renaissance art to us. All these monuments were declared a World Heritage Site in 1984. What if we go back a little less in their history and go back to 1992?

It has been hosting the Universal Exposition for more than 20 years, which left its mark by improving its infrastructures, adapting the area where it took place as a "Cartuja 93" technology park, building new venues for the University of Seville and finally for both the smallest and most The older Magic Island.

In this mural of the Plaza de España in Seville you can see a panoramic view of the emblematic buildings.

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