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Palacio de Mondragon, Ronda

Categories: Castles, Tourist Spots
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Built in 1314, Palacio de Mondragon was erected for royalty, and is filled with Mudejar features and decor. During your visit, you will see Mudejar ceilings, doors, windows, ceramic tile, pillars, mosaics, balconies, and more. The garden overlooking the gorge is a highlight of the site. There are also exhibits throughout the building about the history of the town and its surroundings. English translations are provided but are sometimes cryptic, so consider researching the attraction before you go. Add Palacio de Mondragon to your Ronda travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Ronda tourist route planner.
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  • Aside from its use as a Museum, it is a desirable place to romantic, with its wonderful gardens, and stunning views. It is possible that the visitor is with a wedding celebration in weekend, since it tends to be a place usually chosen for this.
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  • The Palacio de Mondragon was a former Moorish palace, and evidence of this remains today in the horseshoe arches and stunning gardens. The view of the rolling Andalusian countryside from the gardens i...  read more »
  • Palacio de Mondragon in the Rhondda was once the Palace of Moorish ruler Abbel Mallek, son of the King of Morocco. Palacio de Mondragón has an authentic Moorish ancestry. The Palace was built in the year 1314 and since then has undergone many reconstructions. Palace of tiny, but lots of details in the Mudejar style and original fragments have survived so far, as well as balconies, patios and gardens.
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  • One of the most attractive buildings in Ronda is the Mondragón Palace. It has Gothic and Renaissance features as well as some of the original Moorish mosaics. Built in the 14th century, it was formerly a Moorish residence. The Catholic Monarchs, Ferdinand and Isabel, also lived there for a while. Nowadays, it houses the Museum of Ronda & the Serrania.
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