The Palace of the Marquises of La Algaba, a noble Renaissance palatial residence of high architectural value (15th Century), is considered one of the best examples of civil Mudejar art in the city of Seville.
The palace boasts an impressive Mudejar-Gothic facade which has been preserved to this day. It is one of the best kept secrets of the monument heritage in the city of Seville. After slow and gradual deterioration, plundering and ruin, what had once been the residence of one of the Sevillian families with noblest ancestry, the Guzmanes of La Algaba, came close to disappearing. However, after a painstaking rehabilitation, it re-emerged in full force in the early 21st Century.
The Palace of the Marquises of La Algaba, located behind the Feria Food Market, currently houses the Department for Education, Citizen Participation and Municipal Buildings of Seville City Council. Furthermore, since 2013 this palace also hosts the Mudejar Art Centre of Seville.
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