Palacio de Lebrija
|Location||C/ Cuna, Seville (see map)|
|Telephone||954 218 183 - 954 227 802|
||Mon-Fri (10:30-14:00 / 17:00-19:00); Sat (10-13:00)
|Admission fee||3,60€ lower floor, 6,60€ complete tour|
|Official website ||www.palaciodelebrija.com|
The Palacio de Lebrijas is one of Seville's finest private casa-palacios
. The house is famous for its collection of mosaics rescued from the nearby Roman city of Italica.
Patio in the Flamenco Museum
It was the work of the Countess of Lebrija which saved so many of the mosaics from Italica. She was an avid collector of art and roman artifacts, and if it were not for her dedication many of the mosaics would have been lost.
The house also features a beautiful staircase which was salvaged from a convent in a small town outside of Seville.
The arches in the main patio are a good example of the mudejar
style architecture. The house is an eclectic mix of styles and art collections.
Located on Calle Cuna in the main shopping district of Seville, just a few blocks from La Campana and the Calle Sierpes.
See the monument on interactive map
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