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El Palacio del Marques de Santa Cruz, Viso del Marques
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Una joya escondida entre los caminos del area de La Mancha. Es una joya arquitectonica unica en España, dado que no representa a la arquitectura del area. El Palacio esta conservado medianamente, dado... read more »A hidden jewel between the paths of the La Mancha area. It is a unique architectural in Spain, given that does not represent the architecture of the area. The Palace this preserved medium, since was used multiple times by different sections of the history that you caused some damage, but in if, is beautiful. In the temple we had pleasant coincidence to meet the pastor, who encourage us with a few songs. The visit was led by staff of the place, so we had the idea of everything that happened around that great place. Recommended visit briefly, and stay for a coffee or eat something in the restaurant nearby.show original
Well worth a stop. I'm a researcher and I came to work in the archive, and the guided visit to the palace was an added bonus.
Ubicado en la Plaza Pradillo, es monumento nacional desde 1931. Se construyó en el siglo XVI en estilo renacentista y hoy día es sede del Museo de la Marina y del Archivo Histórico General de la Marin... read more »Located in Pradillo square, is a national monument since 1931. It was built in the 16TH century in the Renaissance style and today is home to the marine Museum and the General historical archive of the Navy of Spain. In his close to 8,000 square meters can be admired reproductions fidelignas of boats, old weapons, carriages, cannons and period furniture. Visit of the Museum hours are Tuesday through Friday from 9 to 13 and from 16 to 18 h. Saturdays from 10 to 13 and from 16 to 18 h. Sundays from 9:30 to 2 p.m. July and August, Tuesday to Friday from 9 to 14 h. Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays from 10 am to 2 pm. The entrance fee is €3.show original
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