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Episcopal Palace of Murcia

Plaza Cardenal Belluga, 30001 Murcia, Spain
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stunning building

Well worth a visit to see the amazing courtyard and the architectural features. If you are in the... read more

Reviewed 19 October 2016
Angela L
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Swansea, Wales, United Kingdom
Old times

The episcopal palace is next to the cathedral. Renaissance facade, painted red and blue colors... read more

Reviewed 27 June 2016
JudTurku
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  • Excellent34%
  • Very good43%
  • Average20%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible2%
27 Jun 2016
“Old times”
19 Oct 2016
“stunning building”
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Plaza Cardenal Belluga, 30001 Murcia, Spain
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Reviewed 19 October 2016

Well worth a visit to see the amazing courtyard and the architectural features. If you are in the city don't miss it

Thank Angela L
Reviewed 27 June 2016

The episcopal palace is next to the cathedral. Renaissance facade, painted red and blue colors todavían shows his great splendor. In his intyerior is a collection of sacred painting worth.

Thank JudTurku
Reviewed 24 June 2016 via mobile

Not really a summer attraction and more of a December attraction. Building is nice to look at and maybe take the odd photo. This building does have some interesting architecture to veiw and is 18th century. Close to the Cathedral area. Also close to tourist...More

Thank rayrest
Reviewed 14 January 2016

Lovely looking building in the cathedral square of Murcia. Fantastic Nativity at Christmas. Worth a visit.

Thank cathwp
Reviewed 30 December 2015

This is the venue for Murcia's Belen,( A Spanish Nativity scene) which takes up the whole courtyard. This word means Bethlehem, since a Spanish Christmas nativity scene includes the entire town of Bethlehem and not just the Stable/crib. It is well worth seeing if you...More

1  Thank Greg L
Reviewed 11 December 2015 via mobile

Yes you must see the buildings around Murcia, the planted gardens all around these buildings are wonderful with all the poinsettias taking over the bedded areas. The architecture is stunning. There really is real history in this city.

1  Thank LancashirePaul
Reviewed 11 December 2015

Situated in the same Plaza as the Catedral de Murcia, this very pretty and ornate looking building is definitely one to take a few pictures, you can go inside to a small square within the building which was really beautiful too.

1  Thank Theycallitmadness
Reviewed 24 September 2015

The exterior of the building is great to look at, but I found the fact that the external decoration looks more like they have been plastered over rather than kept up disappointing. Didn't get to see the inside as it closed just as we got...More

Thank Rebecca R
Reviewed 30 August 2015

This building is in front of the wonderful Cathedral. I do not like the restoration made some years ago.

Thank Ramon_Knudsen
Reviewed 7 June 2015

We were just walking around and sightseeing, in this place there is Cathedral near by - which looks better than this buiding. But it's still "on the way" when you're walking, so there's no chance to miss it :) Maybe inside there is smth interesting,...More

Thank Lateczka
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