sábado, 31 de enero de 2015

Plenary Hall

In the Plenary Hall highlights the polychrome stained glass Maumejean, representing the Cantigas of Alfonso X, the Virgin of Arrixaca, the Virgin of the Fuensanta and coat of Murcia. Right, the Banner Real, privilege granted by Alfonso X in 1266 and later confirmed by Felipe II: On the side (not in the image) showcases two historic flags are preserved. The current was made to commemorate the coronation of Charles IV in 1789. The Banner represented the King in solemn ceremonies and was conducted by Thomas Marquis master embroiderer Frusía. Not in the image: To the left is the banner of the Colonel, born in the War of Independence against the French by the 10th Battalion of the Reserve of the Province of Murcia. It was made by the master Pantaleon Furriol in 1808.

1 comentario:

William Kendall dijo...

It looks like quite a grand space inside.