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CJG_WH wrote a review Jun 2019
Hartford, Connecticut132 contributions158 helpful votes
This gorgeous building (built 1549-1557) is worth a visit for the architecture and flora alone. It time permits, enter the on-site museum and learn about the Archives of the Crown of Aragon (begin in 1318) now evidently the largest Medieval Archive, and how it came into existence. Although most of the archives have been moved off-site, Pau de Lloctinent is amazing for history buffs and passerby’s alike. …
Date of experience: June 2019
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Martiniy wrote a review Mar 2019
London, United Kingdom436 contributions107 helpful votes
We stumbled across this courtyard on the way to visit a museum. There not much to say other than... It's wonderful. Small, peaceful and beautiful. Lots of plants and a water feature. There is not much to see other than that as it seemed part of a government building. However, definitely pop in!…
Date of experience: March 2019
Michelle H wrote a review Nov 2017
Birmingham, United Kingdom35 contributions9 helpful votes
We were brought here as part of our walking tour and visited twice on or own afterwards. It isn’t a tremendously big courtyard but it’s peaceful and allowed for a bit of quiet away from the hustle and bustle of the city for a while. That ceiling too... beautiful.
Date of experience: November 2017
Ramon_Knudsen wrote a review Sep 2017
Murcia, Spain494 contributions152 helpful votes
The building is beautiful per se and it can be visited for free. The patio is quite nice, but the coffered ceiling is really impressive. It was an unexpected surprise.
Date of experience: August 2017
EJLH wrote a review Jun 2017
London, United Kingdom545 contributions117 helpful votes
This is a beautiful, peaceful courtyard and free to enter. Well worth walking through and make sure you look at the stunning door halfway up the stairs and ceiling above.
Date of experience: June 2017