Situation. White Belmonte street.

Neighborhood. District of the Jewish quarter.

Chronology. Century XVII, in the XX undergoes a series of remodels.

Description. Palace house of the XVII century that is in the White Belmonte Street, also known as Palace of the Burned ones with small reforms of end of century XX when it adapts to Center of Dramatic Art and Dance.

To the outside, it emphasizes the cover, articulated in two bodies. The lower body is occupied by the lintel door, flanked by columns and pilasters that support a classic entablature and a curved pediment broken by the second body, presided over by the coat of arms of the Fernández de Mesa family.

The main courtyard is trapezoidal with two galleries of columns.



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