Alcalá de Henares Town Hall


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.

Alcalá de Henares Town Hall

Plaza de Cervantes 12

28801  Alcalá de Henares, Madrid  (Madrid Region) Tel.:+34 918 883 300
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