Villa Rosario

Construction of 1914 promoted by the enriched Indian in Cuba Antonio Quesada, with a project by the architect José Quesada Espulgas. It is the most significant of the palaces of the Arenal Riosellano area. It has a quadrangular plan, with two towers, highlighting the one on the right, which ends with a spire with polychrome glazed tiles. The main façade, which is accessed by a small portico preceded by side stairs, has a terrace on the first floor and is finished off with a stepped pinion-shaped pediment, with the inscription relating to the year of construction of the villa.


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