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This wonderful red building has I am informed had many uses over the years and is currently the headquarters for the state of Andalucia. I guess it is open to the public as many will no doubt need to visit it, but I merely walked...More
This building has been a monastery, navigation school, palace and now the government headquarters for State of Andalusia. In all of its uses it has a great location and more important some impressive decor in its design. In addition, this is one of those buildings...More
The palace was located at passage de Roma just 10 minutes walk from the cathedral. Definitely it was an impressive baroque architectural building. It was originally a naval academy and now the seat of Andalusian government. Enjoyed the best view from outdoor seat at nearby...More
Palacio San Telmo was built in the year 1682 and a fine example of the baroque style, and this to serve as a marine academy, training ships' pilots, navigators and high-ranking officers – the palacio became the name San Telmo (Saint Elmo), after the patron...More