Palacio de la Diputación


As you wander further into the Ciudad Monumental to the southeast from the Plaza de Santa María, you'll pass the Renaissance-style Palacio de la Diputación. It began life in the 15th century as a convent, a purpose it served until the 19th century. It's currently used by the regional Extremadura government.

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