Plaza Zorrilla

Interesting
Constituting the northern aspect of the Campo Grande, the city's green lung, Plaza Zorilla (named after poet and dramatist José Zorrilla whose statue stands here) is embellished by a monumental fountain reflecting the majestic façade of the Cavalry School. The first stone of this fine neo-Renaissance building was laid by Alfonso XIII on 4 May 1921.

Useful information

Address:

Plaza Zorrilla Valladolid

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