This picturesque building, with its facade in light colours and its small classist dome, currently acts as the headquarters of the Tourist Office.
Its work was carried out by the architect Francisco Jose Belmonte and construction began in 1866, following a style of lines of elegance but, at the same time, simplicity. The property is located in a neuralgic point of the city and is surrounded by three emblematic squares: the Town Hall, the Vicente Anton, and the D. Amalio Fernandez. In ancient times, a prison and a school were located there, until this new project was carried out.
Upon entering, we find an elegant lobby from which one can access the other rooms that the property houses. Currently, it is a space of great importance for the city.
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