Palacio de los Duques de Granada de Ega - Palace of the Dukes of Granada de Ega
The building vaunts Romanesque architecture.The palace dates from the 12th century.Formerly the building was accessed through four big semicircular arcades, on the first floor there are four large windows, with capitals decorated with plants and animal motifs.The main facade capitals depict scenes of the battle of Roland against the Ferragut giant.The building was reopened in 1991, after being restored by Miguel A. Alonso del Val. It houses the Gustavo de Maeztu Museum. It contains a large portion of his plastic and graphic art work, portraits, still life, and landscapes articulated towards the feminine body.
Origin: 12th century
Artistic period: Romanesque
Historic period: 12th century
Setting: Church of San Pedro.
Calle San Nicolás 1
31200 Estella o Lizarra, Estella-Lizarra (Navarra)http://www.turismo.navarra.es/esp/organice-viaje/recurso/relacionado/3154/
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From Tuesday to Friday
From 9:30 AM to 1:00 PM
Public holidays, Saturdays and Sundays
From 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Closing days: Monday
Only the exterior of the monument can be visited. Gustavo de Maeztu Museum
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