Founded by the Cardinal of Mendoza.
Its facade is the first Renaissance art in Spain.This school was founded by Cardinal Mendoza in the XV century.Initially a Gothic design was contemplated, but it then evolved into Plateresque decoration.To it you would have to sum up the Neoclassic reforms by Ventura Rodríguez in the XVIII century.The building has a patio on three floors with a series of semicircular arches.It has a library in which the “Beato de Valcabado” miniature painting by Obeco can be found. In the chapel there is a carving, the “Cristo de la Luz”, work of Gregorio Fernández. Actualmente es residencia universitaria adscrita a la Universidad de Valladolid.
Old Royal Palace of Valladolid
One of the rooms in this spacious royal palace in Valladolid, the…