EL COSTURERO DE LA REINA
Located in between the Gardens of the San Telmo Palace and María Luisa's Park, this Neomudejar building is erected in 1893 by order of Antonio de Orleans, Duke of Montpensier and husband of the Princess María Luisa Fernanda de Borbón.
The building has a hexagonal form that has ... you know...right? Of course you do, how many sides does the building have?_______ Exactly! Its design is based on the architecture of the oriental nations, in style in that period.
The sewing room was used as the Major Guard of San Telmo's gardens' Pavilion. But there's still mucho more to see.
To the adventure!