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Charles V Featured Palaces Print

Charles V

RUBENS, Peter Paul (1577-1640). The Emperor Charles V and the Empress Isabella. 1628. Copy of the original portrait by Titian destroyed in the fire at the Alcạr of Madrid in 1734. Collection House of Alba. Renaissance art. Cinquecento. Oil on canvas. SPAIN. MADRID (AUTONOMOUS COMMUNITY). Madrid. Liria Palace

© CAGP/Iberfoto/Mary Evans

Finely carved Moorish columns in the Patio de los Leones Featured Palaces Print

Finely carved Moorish columns in the Patio de los Leones

Finely carved Moorish columns in the Patio de los Leones, Palacio Nazaries, Alhambra, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Granada, Andalucia (Andalusia), Spain, Europe

© Robert Harding 2008 - All Rights Reserved

Alhambra, Andalucia, Andalusia, Arches, Architecture, Building Interior, Color Image, Contemporary, Decorated, Detail, Europe, Granada, Indoor, Interior, Moorish, Ornate, Palace, Palacio Nazaries, Patio De Los Leones, Photography, Spain, Travel, Travel Destination, Vertical, World Heritage Site

AlcaA±iz City Hall building, Teruel province, Aragon, Spain Featured Palaces Print

AlcaA±iz City Hall building, Teruel province, Aragon, Spain

The Alcaniz Town Hall building is one of the most beautiful examples, within this typology, of all of Aragon. It was erected on the basis of another pre-existing construction in 1547 and was completed in 1570. It was built attached to the Gothic market, in the Plaza de Espana, where the collegiate church is also located, so that the most significant buildings of the city.
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The main facade, in well squared ashlar stone, is organized on three floors separated by powerful cornices. In the highest one, a gallery of semicircular arches opens, characteristic of the Aragonese Renaissance palaces, ending in a flown eaves