martes, 24 de marzo de 2009

Almudí Palace (Palacio Almudí)

17th century.
Attributed to Pedro Monte de Isla. This building was built between 1602 y 1628, also called "Depósito  de Trigo", it was a public building designed for grain storage from tithes.
It was restored in 1985 as a Municipal Archive and an Art Center, it is distinguished by an image of a woman - symbolizing the warm spirit of Murcia which decorates the facade (the Matron of Murcia) and by the patio of columns (Source: Municipality of Murcia)
Tomorrow I will publish a more detailed picture of the Matron of Murcia.

1 comentario:

m_m dijo...

Great! It looks very nice in the sunlight! Great photo!