Pedreño family mausoleum, Cartagena, SpainYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
The Pedreño family mausoleum in Cartagena (Spain) was designed by the architect Carlos Mancha and built between 1872-1875. The building reproduces the composition of the Roman pantheon with a central cylindrical tower and a lantern topped with a pineapple. On the main facade, framing the door, a portico opens on Doric columns and a semicircular arch, crowned with a pediment with the family’s name. It is finished off with crenellated cornice and crowned with step pyramid. The whole set is decorated with plant motifs. In front of the facade and on the pediment of it there are three sculptures that represent the three theological virtues, attributed to the sculptor Francisco Requena.
(Mausoleum photogrammetry and editing by Jose Gabriel Gómez - Iron grille design by Pedro Jimenez)