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Palacio de Longoria

  • Calle de Fernando VI 4 Map It
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Published 08/18/2015

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A Moderniste palace commissioned in 1902 by the businessman and politician Javier González Longoria, the Palacio de Longoria was built by a disciple of Gaudí. The winding shapes, the plant motifs, and the wrought-iron balconies are reminiscent of Gaudí's works in Barcelona. The building's jewel is its main iron, bronze, and marble staircase, which is unfortunately off-limits to tourists because the building is now in private hands.

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Calle de Fernando VI 4, Madrid, 28004, Spain

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Published 08/18/2015

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