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Las Dueñas Palace


Built in the XVI century commissioned by Rodrigo de Dueñas. The Renaissance Plateresque design is by the architect of King Carlos I, Luis de Vega. The facade is brick with a tower.The main front has two columns and a heraldic coat of arms.In the upper part there is a classic pediment.On the exterior walls there are various small windows and a balcony with grilles.Inside there is a central patio on two floors with three-centred arches.In it there are medallions of the Kings of Castille.The beautiful chapel and handiwork of the building is noteworthy. Currently the site of a high school, Teacher’s Centre and the Spanish Open University.

Las Dueñas Palace

Calle Santa Teresa de Jesús, 12

47400  Medina del Campo, Valladolid  (Castilla y Leon)