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Frescoes in Palace of the Marqués de Santa Cruz 3D Model
The Palace of the Marqués de Santa Cruz in Viso del Marqués was built between 1564 and 1586 for the admiral of Spain, Don Álvaro de Bazán, by a team of Genoese craftsmen working in all different materials, who were imported specially for the task. The palace is a Genoese palace, within an Iberian shell, transplanted to the remote middle of New Castile. It was declared a national monument in 1931 and, today, it is leased to the Spanish Armada. Inside of it, there is a total of about 8,000 square meters of frescoes, an unexpected and dreamy place, find it out and contemplate it. This palace is the only Italian-style palace that is conserved in all Spain.
The 3D model shows the frescoes of the ceiling around the courtyard of the low level of the palace.
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