Palacio de Valderrábanos (Ávila)

Palace in Ávila

Avila Palacio De Valderrábanos
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The Palacio de Valderrábanos is a 14th Century Palace located in the  Plaza de la Catedral of Ávila, Spain.  It is also known as the house of Gonzalo Dávila.

What does the Palacio de Valderrábanos in Ávila look like?

The Palacio de Valderrábanos was designed in the Gothic style, but it has suffered many alterations since. One of the corners of the building has a double tower made of brick. The facade bears the coat of arms of Gonzalo Dávila, Alderman of Jerez de la Frontera; the coat of arms is based on the taking of Gibraltar.

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Visiting Palacio de Valderrábanos (Ávila)

Address: Hotel Palacio Valderrábanos, Plaza de la Catedral, Ávila, Spain
Duration: 20 minutes

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