Old Town hall of Seville.
It is one of the most notable works of Plateresque architecture in Spain.
The works begin in 1527 under the direction of the architect Diego de Riaño (author of the traces). It realized part of the front of the square of San Francisco, the arquillo and two plants covered with reliefs Plateresque with representations of historical and mythical personages, heráldicas and emblems allusive to the founders of the city. In the nineteenth century, a reform of the building was undertaken, by Demetrio de los Ríos and Balbino Marrón, who drew a new main facade, oriented to the Plaza Nueva, neoclassical court.