Corral del Carbón
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Corral del Carbón information
Across Calle Reyes Católicos, you can’t miss the elaborate horseshoe arch of the Corral del Carbóon, which began life as a 14th-century inn for merchants. It has since been used as an inn for coal dealers (hence its modern name, Coal Yard) and later a theatre. It is home to government offices and hosts occasional concerts.