Palacio de La Magdalena. Casa de Rodrigo Llano y Ponte

18th century palace built at the initiative of the Llano Ponte family. It has a rectangular floor plan, with an interior patio, with four heights (semi-basement and three floors), adapting to the unevenness in the land. It has a chapel on one side of the main facade.

The facades are resolved in a very orderly manner, with lintel windows and balconies (except for two flown balconies) on all floors, which are separated from each other by impost lines.

The main façade of the chapel is configured based on a lintel door, shield, an oculus and a single-arch belfry.

At present, and after a great rehabilitation and reform, it houses a hotel accommodation.


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