Spain Casa de Pilatos Interior

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About this spot
The palace of Casa de Pilatos is located in the Plaza de Pilatos in the district of Santa Cruz in Seville. the Casa de Pilatos was built in the 16th century by order of Don Pedro Enriquez and later by his son Fadrique Enriques de Ribera. This is the most beautiful palace in Seville, after the Alcazar of course, and it is one of the most best-preserved buildings from the 16th century. The "House of Pilatos" is named after the house of Pontius Pilate, which they tried to emulate, and by whom Fadrique Enriques de Ribera was inspired during his pilgrimage to Jerusalem. Architectural styles of Casa de Pilatos
Different styles were combined in the construction of this palace, such as Gothic, Mudéjar and Italian Renaissance styles.
You can pay to have a tour around the top part of the palace which is extra and gives you access to the top floors, however, you cannot take photographs in this part

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