This wonderful and harmonious Gothic-Mudejar palace is situated in the 'Plaza de Pilatos', which is part of Seville's historic centre. The building was constructed at the end of the 15th century and although its cresting is Gothic, it also features plateresque and Renaissance elements. Pedro Enríquez and Catalina de Ribera were the married couple of Sevillian nobles who bought this property in 1483 and began the construction of the palace. It has a main patio which is decorated with many tiles, as well as a fountain and several columns that are crowned with arches. Beside this, the floor at the top of the building has a collection of tapestries and paintings. Visit it and admire both its interior and exterior! Don't forget to check its different opening times according to the time of year.
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