Casa Rosada

Rationalist-style building, topped by a tower with a wide eaves, which was once part of a group of buildings dedicated to care functions, and which today persists with different uses. The Casa Rosada houses municipal offices, while the neighboring and more recent Palace of Justice is now in disuse.

The Casa Rosada was built in 1943 with a project by the architect Pedro Cabello Maíz. It is a building with an irregular floor plan, with four heights and a tower at one of its angles, finishing the rest of the building in a terrace surrounded by a balustrade.

Inside it preserves an interesting collection of decorative ceramic panels, the work of the Talavera factory, from 1948.


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