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Palacio de Fuensalida


by Diliff

"Regional government offices"

Located in Plaza del Conde and close to Santo Tome church, this mansion was built by the first Count of Fuensalida, Don Pedro Lopez de Ayala, in 1440. It is Mudejar (Moorish-Spanish) in style and the two-storey building rises over a rectangular interior patio. The Gothic-Mudejar style plasterwork, the moulded ceiling and leaves on the gates are simply beautiful. The Empress Isabel died here and there's a bronze statue to commemorate her. This is now the headquarters of the Junta de Comunidades de Castilla-La Mancha (Regional Government) and visitors are not admitted.
Plaza del Conde 2, Toledo, Spain, 45002
"Regional government offices"
Located in Plaza del Conde and close to Santo Tome church, this mansion was built by the first Count of Fuensalida, Don Pedro Lopez de Ayala, in 1440. It is Mudejar (Moorish-Spanish) in style and the two-storey building rises over a rectangular interior patio. The Gothic-Mudejar style plasterwork, the moulded ceiling and leaves on the gates are simply beautiful. The Empress Isabel died here and there's a bronze statue to commemorate her. This is now the headquarters of the Junta de Comunidades de Castilla-La Mancha (Regional Government) and visitors are not admitted.
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