Palma Historic House Museum is situated on the site of a former Dominican convent. The palace entrance opens onto the mounting block, where the stables are to the left and the two-storey central courtyard to the right, formed of semi-circular arches and marble columns. This courtyard leads to the orange-tree courtyard, with a stone fountain and the old convent font, which according to ancient legend, connects to a passage that leads to the river Genil.

The palace’s décor and furniture originate from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, with sixteenth-century artesonado ceilings and Mudejar flooring in the halls and bedrooms.



C/ Espíritu Santo, 10 ,Écija


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