Palacio de los Águila (Ávila)

Palace in Ávila

Palacio De Los Aguila Avila
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The Palacio de los Águila, or Miguel de Águila, is located in the city of Ávila. This 16th-century palace was commissioned by Don Suero del Águila. Its Plateresque portal is flanked by two profusely ornamented pillasters. In the interior we have an arcaded courtyard lined with segmental arches. This palace was declared a National Monument in 1976.

The palace would have been one of the settings for the work of the Argentine writer Enrique Larreta entitled La gloria de Don Ramiro.

It was declared a national historical artistic monument on October 16, 1969.

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Visiting Palacio de los Águila (Ávila)

Address: Palacio de los Águila C. de López Núñez, 1 05001 Ávila Spain
Duration: 20 minutes

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