Palacio del Condestable Iranzo

Historic Building in Jaén

Jaen Fachada Del Palacio Del Condestable
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The Palacio del Condestable Iranzo or the palace of the Constable Iranzo  is a much altered 15th-century Mudejar- style palace  located in the city of Jaén, Spain. The building was originally built in the 15th century in a Mudéjar style from Toledo. In the courtyard, on one floor below the street, there is a gallery of arcades in late Gothic style that form a  corridor that leads to a courtyard. Of particular interest are the Mudéjar-style courtyard and fair, the interior of which is covered by a magnificent Mudéjar-style ceiling – this is the only example of this in the city.

In the second half of the 19th century, the building underwent a major renovation, with a theater, several apartment buildings and the Casino Primitivo rising above the building. In 1892 the architect Justino Flores Llamas bought the building and in 1928 extensive building work was carried out to change the original appearance: inside there are wonderful paneling in the Mudejar style and stucco work, the main facade and some halls date from this decade.

Today, this palace is owned by the Jaén City Hall , which housed the Municipal Tourism Association for Culture and Tourism.

The Palacio del Condestable Iranzo appears in our Complete Guide to Visiting Jaén!

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Visiting Palacio del Condestable Iranzo


9am-2pm & 5-9pm Mon-Fri, 11am-2pm Sat



Address: Palacio Del Condestable Iranzo Calle Maestra, 16 23002 Jaén Spain
Duration: 20 minutes

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