Edificio de la Caja de Ahorros

Building of 1906 built for the Indian Manuel Romano Mijares, enriched in Mexico. After various reforms, some very close to the date of construction of the building, only the facades survive today, the interior having been completely transformed. It has three heights and an undercover, configuring a main façade limited by two raised balconies that are developed on the main floor and the second and that end with curved pediments. The entire façade is highly decorated with plant motifs.


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