A cross of late gothic and plateresque renaissance styles
Palace of Monterrey
Palace built in 1539 by Alonso de Acevedo y Zuñiga, third count of Monterrey, a cross of late gothic and plateresque renaissance styles. The palace inspired Miguel de Unamuno.
The southern façade is stone, crowned by a gallery with fixed cresting on top. The tower on the main façade is an open viewpoint in all directions and on the corners and chimneys there are coats of arms of the various noble lineages.
- Civil engineering
- Predominant styles:
- Gothic, Plateresque
- Historical Period:
- Early modern period
Plaza de Monterrey s/n. Salamanca. 37002 Salamanca.
Telephone: 923 268 571 (O.T)
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