Andalusia Sights

Palacio de Mondragón (Palace of Mondragón)

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  • Ronda
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Published 08/18/2015

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This stone palace with twin Mudejar towers was probably the residence of Ronda's Moorish kings. Ferdinand and Isabella appropriated it after their victory in 1485. Today, it's the museum of Ronda and you can wander through the patios, with their brick arches and delicate Mudejar-stucco tracery, and admire the mosaics and artesonado (coffered) ceiling. The second floor holds a small museum with archaeological items found near Ronda, plus the reproduction of a dolmen, a prehistoric stone monument.

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Pl. Mondragón, Ronda, 29400, Spain

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Sight Details:

  • €3 (free Wed.)
  • Weekdays 10–6 (until 7 in summer), weekends 10–3

Published 08/18/2015


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