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Palacio de Mondragon, Ronda

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Built in 1314, Palacio de Mondragon was erected for royalty, and is filled with Mudejar features and decor. During your visit, you will see Mudejar ceilings, doors, windows, ceramic tile, pillars, mosaics, balconies, and more. The garden overlooking the gorge is a highlight of the site. There are also exhibits throughout the building about the history of the town and its surroundings. English translations are provided but are sometimes cryptic, so consider researching the attraction before you go. See Palacio de Mondragon and all Ronda has to offer by arranging your trip with our Ronda trip app.
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  • When I was to Ronda I visited The Mondragon Palace, which construction likely dates to the years 1306-1314. It now houses the Municipal Museum of Ronda. The palace was the home of the Moorish King... 
    When I was to Ronda I visited The Mondragon Palace, which construction likely dates to the years 1306-1314. It now houses the Municipal Museum of Ronda. The palace was the home of the Moorish King...  more »
  • An exquisite piece of history - don't miss it! . This building, dating from the early 14th Century but much extended over the years, together with the Villa Paz next door, belonged for seven... 
    An exquisite piece of history - don't miss it! . This building, dating from the early 14th Century but much extended over the years, together with the Villa Paz next door, belonged for seven...  more »
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  • Very well-maintained, beautiful palatial house. It has a very informative museum inside. The garden and the courtyard at the back are beautiful. Breathtaking view of the valley from the garden.
  • The place is OK, but be warned, there's not much inside apart from exhibits about settlements in the region. There's no furniture nor attempt to reconstitute how it used to be like before. There's a small garden with nice views outside of it. I would give it a pass to be honest.

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