Casa palacio de la Condesa de Lebrija



Website: http://www.palaciodelebrija.com/
Address:  Calle Cuna, 8, 41004 Sevilla
Entrance:

  • 6 Euros for just the ground floor
  • 9 Euros for ground + first floor.  First floor is only accessible as part of a guided tour which takes around 30 minutes
    • No Photos for the first floor though :)
  • It's apparently free for Mondays (as most other places are). - but only for the ground floor
Feedback:
  • Prolly took me an 1.5 hr in total to go around the place as it was a small but really nice house built around 16th Century but was most renovated by the Countess in the 19th century.  The Patio is amazing and much more are the mosaics which were imported from italica and are still pretty much preserved and so are parts of the mansion that were installed in the house like the ceiling and the tiles.











Ganymede ( Greek mythology) becoming an Eagle

Ceiling and White status imported from a palace

The Patio

The Mosaic in the Patio





Entrance






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