Palace of the Marqués de Salvatierra

This small palace is quite typical of 18C aristocratic architecture and has an exceptional doorway. The Marquis of Salvatierra, a great traveller in Renaissance times, strangely had its window decorated with two pairs of Inca Indians bearing a triangular ornamental front. The wrought iron balcony with fine bas-reliefs lifts the whole ensemble.

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the interior of the palace is closed to visitors

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