Neoclassical palace begun in 1779 by Ventura Rodríguez. Work was carried out, however, by his team: Mateo Guill, Ignacio and Domingo Tomás and Alfonso Regalado Rodríguez.

It presents a sober and ordered character where the portico stands out by its monumentality.

Palace of the Mosquera, also known as Palace of the Infante M. Luis de Borbon. It was built by the Infante M. Luis Antonio de Borbon y Farnesio, sixth son of Felipe V and brother of Carlos III who, banished from the Court after a morganatic marriage with Maria Teresa Vallabriga, moved his residence in the Palace of Boadilla del Monte in Madrid to the town of Arenas de San Pedro.

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Civil engineering
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Historical Period:
Late modern period


Camino de la Mosquera. Arenas de San Pedro. 05400 Ávila.

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Oficina de Turismo Regional of Ávila


Casa de las Carnicerías. C/ San Segundo, 17. Ávila. 05001 Ávila.

Teléfono: 920 211 387

Fax: 920 253 717


Tourist Office of Arenas de San Pedro


C/ Triste Condesa 1 (Antiguo Mercado de Abastos). Arenas de San Pedro. 05400 Ávila.

Telephone: 920 370 245



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