Government / Historical Buildings, Palma de Mallorca

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  • The Town hall of Palma
    The Town hall of Palma
    by Klod5
  • Government / Historical Buildings
    by Geoff_Wright
  • Government / Historical Buildings
    by Lucesita
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    Bello, bello

    by Lucesita Written Apr 20, 2005

    Favorite thing: Un Cathedral hecho de cal? Pues si!
    ASies el Cathedralde Palma de Mallorca.
    Parece tan fragil y tan bello....
    Bello como las mismas islas Baleares...

    Fondest memory: La Granja y el restaurante Son Amar con el magnifico espectaculo y una cena esplendida. La Cartuja en Valdemosa, un monasterio donde hospedian la escritora y el compositor (George Sande y Fedrico Chopin)

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    The Town hall of Palma

    by Klod5 Written Mar 1, 2003

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    Favorite thing: The place of Palma where is the township (in the face, the hotel with the clock), and in its center, a superb millennial olive tree.

    Fondest memory: The vicinities of the Town hall of Palma are a quiet place, close to the small alleys pedestrians. The town hall visits itself, and some exhibitions are presented to the public there sometimes.

    The Town hall of Palma
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    Ancient remains, dating back...

    by Geoff_Wright Updated Aug 25, 2002

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    Favorite thing: Ancient remains, dating back to the Stone Age have been discovered here. The imposing Gothic cathedral, founded after James I of Aragon wrested Palma from the Moors (1229), was finished in the 17th Century. Regrettably I have no photo of this beautiful building, but you won't miss it!! There are several ancient churches and fine private houses, as can be seen in this view.

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