Patio de la Infanta
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Patio de la Infanta information
This exhibition space houses the Ibercaja bank's collection of paintings, and puts on many temporary exhibitions. However, the real star is the lovely plateresque (15th- and 16th-century Spanish baroque) courtyard whose ornate columns carved with human figures are reminiscent of Guadalajara's Palacio de los Duques del Infantado. It's 600m south of Plaza de España.