7 February 2013 TvArquitectura

Bus Station Prado de San Sebastián. Seville

Housing and Building Bus Station Prado de San Sebastián, is one of the most important works of the modern movement of Andalusia. Built during the years 1938 to 1944 by architect Rodrigo Medina Benjumea and extramural, this building has seen rationalist time and the growth of the city of Seville.

Currently the complex has no maintenance necessary for optimal conservation, noting that many areas are in a dilapidated state. Moreover, coupled with the desire of the City of Seville to eliminate public transportation station, imagine that in the coming years this decadent situation will be increased.

We place a priority on preserving these buildings of great architectural interest.

Keep alive our heritage # mvnp

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