Casa de Pilatos, Sevilla, Spain

This palace dates from the last quarter of the 15th century and springs from the union of the Enríquez and Ribera families. As a result of their most conspicuous members’ intense relationship with Italy, throughout the 16th century it underwent deep transformations and became the filter through which the new Renaissance forms and tastes were introduced into Seville. Alterations carried out in the mid 19th century in accordance with the romantic taste complete its picturesque appearance, a harmonious blend of mudejar-Gothic, Renaissance and romantic styles. Visit Spain. Epic Spain Route © Monika Newbound

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