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Palacio Episcopal, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
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Palacio Episcopal is located in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. By using our Las Palmas de Gran Canaria family vacation planner, you can arrange your visit to Palacio Episcopal and other attractions in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.
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  • In the beautiful Plaza of Santa Ana, see the façade of the Palace Archbishop, that is of the century XVI. Its facade, balconies and porch are beautiful. part of the visit to the Plaza de Santa Ana and the Vegueta district
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  • The mentioned Archbishop's Palace is located in the wonderful Plaza de Santa Ana, in the Centre of the old town of Las Palmas. In this square, be got together those three powers, namely: the civil, the religious and the military. Was the first time that happened and it made before in any place of the peninsula iberica.
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  • Bishop's Palace, situated on St Anne's square, a substantial fragment of Canarian history. Palacio Episcopal was built at the beginning of the 16th century, in 1630, renovated once in the year 1599 was somewhat ruined by Dutch pirates, arrived in Las pohuliganit′-Pal′mose ... The Palace looks modestly and unobtrusively, but cute. Next to the Palace-eight bronze Canary dogs, whose portraits also appear and the Canarian coat of arms ... Of course, next to the Palace of St Anne's Cathedral. Well, to the Bishop was walking to work near ...
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