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)