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Las Bolas Palace


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Las Bolas Palace

In front of the food market and the Convent of Mercy nuns is an ancient 17th century palace. It's made out of brick and stone, is two stories high, and the wrought iron railings of the balconies stand out. The main body of the facade is flanked by two towers and over the door there are shields of the Marquis de Gros and his descendants (who ordered that this palace be built), as well as stone reliefs in the shape of a ball, which is how Las Bolas Palace gets its name, as well as the street it's on.


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