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The Real Chancillería (High Court) presents an elegant interior courtyard designed by Diego de Siloé. Built at the same time as the surrounding Plaza Nueva during the 1530s, its austere Renaissance façade suited its purpose as a prison and house of...more
Remember, this is the courts. So if you are not in awe about the law, coming here to hear your sentencing will make you believe..
The building is very imposing and regal. Worth a visit when visiting the area.
This outstanding building in Plaza Nueva definitely attracts attention. This renaissance style palace was made royal chancery by the emperor Charles V and is performing practically the same duties now, as the High Court of Andalusia resides there. Impossible to miss if on Plaza Nueva...More
I didn't even know what this building was until I saw a picture of it on here and realised it was the High Court. It is an imposing and very attractive building in an otherwise pedestrianised square lined with shops and restaurants seemingly catering to...More
Real Chancilleria is an attractive civic building in the Plaza Nueve. It's easy to appreciate as the square which is pedestrianized although access for the public to the inside is unfortunately not possible.
While a beautiful building and as have others have pointed out a great backdrop for photographs I do think they missed out on an opportunity when the court is not in use. On approaching the building it's made clear that unless you have business there...More