Llotja (Exchange) Review
On the seafront west of the Plaça de la Reina, the 16th-century Llotja connects via an interior courtyard to the Consolat de Mar (Maritime Consulate). With its decorative turrets, pointed battlements, fluted pillars, and Gothic stained-glass windows—part fortress, part church—it attests to the wealth Mallorca achieved in its heyday as a Mediterranean trading power. The interior (the Merchants' Chamber) and patio are only open to the public during special exhibitions organized by the local government; dates and hours are unpredictable. The adjacent garden and chapel are open only on March 1, the dia de les Illes Balears (National Day of the Balearic Islands).
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