lunes, 5 de octubre de 2009

Palace Of The Pacheco. Palacio De Los Pacheco.



16th and 17th centuries. The Pacheco family, related to the Fontes, used this palace as an ancestral home, but only the facade has been preserved, as well as part of the inner construction. The semi-circular arch of the entryway is was from the 16th century, while the upper windows are from the baroque period.
It serves as the current office for the General Management for Fine Arts and Cultural Patrimony of the CARM. (Source: Municipality of Murcia).
Today, I have arrived to the 365 photos. This is really my first year in pictures, although the first year of this blog was on 4th of June of 2009. Here you can see the first photo of this blog.

3 comentarios:

Anónimo dijo...

Congratulations on your 365 days of posting I look in every day you have had some lovely photo's up. I know a lot more about your city now.
Irish Molly

MurciaDailyPhoto by usuahia dijo...

Irish Molly, thank you so much for your comment (and all the comments you've left in this blog)

Francis Bell dijo...

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