Palacio de Los Almarza (Ávila)

Palace in Ávila

Palacio De Los Almarza Avila
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Palacio de Los Almarza is a 16th century palace located in Ávila, Spain. Today occupied by the community of the Sisters of Mary. It was designated a National Monument in 1992.

What does the Palacio de Los Almarza in Ávila look like?

The Palacio de Los Almarza was built in granite masonry with a Renaissance front, with details in Gothic style, is of particular interest. It boasts a semi-circular arch with large voussoirs under a window in the shape of an ogee arch with a storiated embrasure. The unit is set in a moulded panel frame and there are coat of arms on the sides.


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Visiting Palacio de Los Almarza (Ávila)

Address: Siervas De María Ministras De Los Enfermos Provincia De Castilla Curia Provincial C. Madre Soledad, 2 05001 Ávila Spain
Duration: 20 minutes

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