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There square is huge where you can sit and wonder at the lovely building that is the town hall. A baroque facade with beautiful carvings. It was closed when we were there as it was a Spanish holiday - celebrating Christopher Columbus discovery of America....More
Walking through Alicante doing some general sight seeing this morning and cAme across the ‘ninos y gigantes’ procession and dancing display that took place just across from the town hall. Authentic Spanish fiesta with dancing, small and ‘giant’ figures. A lovely hour or so in...More
One or two roads back from the main pomanade lies the town hall, a magnificent building in a beautiful plaza, a couple of fine cafe restaurants with outside tables and chairs, also a Spar shop if you need milk and more..
The Alicante town hall is a short walk from the Promenade. When you enter the baroque building you are struck by the magnificent golden statue of St John by Salvador Dali. On the first floor there are 3 rooms with high ceilings and large paintings...More
Some of the rooms upstairs show a Spanish taste for grandeur, and worth taking pictures of, but the real hit is the golden statue by Salvador Dali that is in the lobby. For this reason alone, it is worth wandering into the town hall. While...More