Town Hall of Ronda
Historic Building in Ronda
The Town Hall of Ronda is also located in the Plaza Duquesa de Parcent.
It was originally constructed as a military prison in 1734, on the site of the old shops of the square and was originally used as militia headquarters. It has three floors and a basement, and its facade is decorated with arches and pillars.
Today it houses a police station, sundry administration offices and a public cafeteria open to all in its sotano or basement. The entrance way has a Mudejar-style ceiling designs, and the interior is spotted with archaeological finds from the toen and its surroundings.