Hotel Carlos I

Old palace built in the 18th century with a rectangular plan and three floors. The main façade, towards the Plaza de Carlos I, is organized symmetrically, having on the ground floor a large lintelled access to the building, flanked by two narrower and lower openings. On the first floor, separated from the lower one by an impost line, a balcony preceded by iron grills opens in the center, flanked by two shields and by two smaller windows. All the openings are limited by ashlars that present the typical ear molding, typical of the Baroque. The second floor, the result of a screed in the 20th century, is crossed by a glazed wooden gallery.


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