We loved our visit to this Palacio. It dates to the 16th century but was remodeled in the 19th C. The owner at that time (Countess of Lebrija) amassed a very varied collection, some of which came from the Roman ruins near Seville. Do not expect a coherent style here - the house, furnishings and decorations are from different eras and of widely varying styles, yet somehow it all blends into something wonderful. The best parts (for me) were the amazing, huge and beautiful Roman floor mosaics, Roman floor tiles and ceramic wall tiles from 16th and 17th centuries. We took the guided tour of the 2nd floor and personally, I did not care for its more modern look. If I visited here again I would definitely skip the upper floor which is an extra charge and not really worth the expense.
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