Palacio del Infantado, Guadalajara

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The Palace of El Infantado is a palace located in Guadalajara, Spain. It was the seat of the Dukes of the Infantado.It was declared Bien de Interés Cultural in 1914. It currently houses a museum.
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  • Beautiful building of the 15th century, style isabelline Gothic, highlight the patriotic central (Patio de los Leones) and some of its rooms with paintings and coffered ceilings.
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  • Palace that was of the family Mendoza, in which can enjoy of its magnificent facade main, the ornate courtyard of them Lions (and taps), them rooms of the Duke, them saletas of them gods and of them heroes, the room of Cronos, them funds of the Museum Provincial and, already in the outside, of their gardens (with a small labyrinth of Hedges).
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  • Beautiful and very well maintained. The Infantado Palace houses the Museum of Guadalajara, which is divided into three zones: an archaeological, another ethnographic, and a third dedicated to painting and sculpture
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