Seville boasts rich gastronomy, which is complimented by a huge range of cultural activities. It has an endless number of theatres, with the Teatro de La Maestranza and the Lope de Vega being the stand outs. Its museums are home to some of the most symbolic works by various famed painters who were born in the city. For example, there is the Museum of Fine Arts, where you can contemplate notable collections such as that dedicated to the Seville school of painting (Escuela de pintura sevillana) from the 17th century. This movement is of supreme importance in the history of Spanish culture as it encompasses pictorial productions by significant artists, such as Murillo, Velázquez, Zurbarán and Valdés Leal. The city also has stunning public spaces that pay tribute to its heritage, such as the wonderful Plaza de España, which is an architectural monument of incomparable patrimonial value. It arose from the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929. There are also contemporary monuments, such as the Metropol Parasol Building, which is more popularly known as "Las Setas de la Encarnación", and other features that present a completely renovated aspect, such as the Alameda de Hércules. Furthermore, Seville is home to some nationally and internationally recognised business centres, with the recently extended Fibes Sevilla Conference and Exhibition Centre being the standout facility in this regard.