CA LA VILA PALACE

Llíria, Valencia



Ca la Vila Palace


The palace known as “ Ca la Vila” is a renaissance style edifice built in the late 16th and early 17th century, between 1596 and 1602, to house public institutions of the Royal Town of Lliria, such as The Town Hall, the Juror´s Chamber, the Almudín, the Court of Justice and the Prison. The classic arcade is one of its main features, crossing the entire building under an ample cornice. It’s worth highlighting the symbolic meaning of the portraits on the ceiling of the plenary hall, representing those who were executed during the Carlist Wars.

ADDRESS
46160
Llíria, Valencia
CONTACT
Manuel Civera
962791522
lliria@touristinfo.net
PERIOD
XVI-XVII
Renaissance
CATEGORIES
Palaces Town hall Renaissance Historical heritage Assembly Hall
MORE INFO
SCHEDULE: From 9am to 2.30pm, Tuesday to Sunday. The museum is closed on Mondays, holidays and on the last Sunday of every month.
PARKING: The council can close off space as needed near the building.
STORAGE: Available inside the building, if requested.
PROPERTY: Llíria Town Council




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