Contact details

Plaza de Cervantes 12
28801  Alcalá de Henares, Madrid  (Madrid)
Tel.:+34 918883300




The Town Hall building was once the old San Carlos Borromeo college-convent, also known as “Los Agonizantes”. In 1870 it became the Town Hall. The façade is eclectic in style and the assembly hall is decorated with stucco. Inside there is a large collection of paintings including Alberto Pla y Rubio’s “To War” and Víctor Manzano’s “These are my powers”, among others. It is also home to the city’s four silver ceremonial maces.

  • Construction: Public building
  • Artistic period: Neo-classical
  • Historic period: 17th century

Practical information


Only the exterior of the monument can be visited.


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