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Mae B wrote a review May 2019
Ecija, Spain132 contributions33 helpful votes
Lovely barroque arquitecture and although the restoration and areas that can be visited are limited, we where glad to finally peruse what was available.
Date of experience: May 2019
Carolyn B wrote a review Feb 2019
Benamargosa, Spain84 contributions37 helpful votes
The facade of this Palace is beautiful and well worth seeing. It is a shame that it is closed at the present time so you can't see inside!
Date of experience: February 2019
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maeberlingeri wrote a review Sep 2018
Corsica, France9 contributions
Its beautiful, unfortunately only a small part has been restored for viewing. But it gives you an idea of what it could be.
Date of experience: August 2018
Skjking wrote a review Jun 2015
London, United Kingdom21 contributions10 helpful votes
The house was closed when we were in ecija in early June which was a bit disappointing but it's a really beautiful building to walk around and see some lovely frescos.
Date of experience: June 2015
BennyMalaga wrote a review Apr 2012
Malaga, Spain89,426 contributions3,520 helpful votes
The Palacio de Peñaflor is located at Emilio Castelar, 26, and this palace was built with a curved facade decorated with frescos, and the main doorway is very elaborate, in the Baroque style, with the coat of arms of the owners. This palace was built between 1700 and 1775 by the Marques of Peñaflor, and who lived in the palace until 1958. It was named as a Historic-Artistic Monument in 1962. The palace is called the "house of the long balconies" because the form of the palace follows the curvature of the street, with a balcony. The balconies are decorated with frescos with green and yellow colors.…
Date of experience: July 2011
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