A group of buildings in the Gothic quarter of Barcelona.
It was the residence of the counts of Barcelona, and later the kings of Aragón. It basically consists of three buildings: Salón de Tinell is a spectacular ceremonial area with many blind arches and which uses the old Roman wall; the Palatine Santa Ágata chapel containing the altarpiece of Constable Peter of Portugal by the artist, Jaime Huguet (1465), a masterpiece of Catalan Gothic painting; and the Lloctinent Palace, built in the 16th century by Antoni Carbonell for the king of Spain in a style between late Gothic and early Renaissance.
Casa de Padellàs House (History Museum)
A Gothic palace built in the 16th century that was moved stone by…
Casa de la Pía Almoina House
It has two different areas: one Gothic and the other Renaissance.…
Casa de L'Ardiaca House
The House of L'Ardiaca was built in the 15th century by order of…
The Palau Catalan Regional Government Building
This building combines Gothic and Renaissance elements.