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Can Chacon

Monuments | Palma de Mallorca
Can Chacon

At the end of the seventeenth century this house was owned by the military engineer, Martín Gil de Gaínza. In the eighteenth century it was acquired by Fernando Chacón. In the nineteenth century it was the residence of the Marquesses of Ariany. At the beginning of the twentieth century it was acquired by Francesc Blanes, who, in 1925, gave it to the charitable organisation Ses Minyones. It has belonged to the Government of the Balearic Islands since 1984. The courtyard is ample in size, with two crossed segmental arches and a large covered area to the right, where the staircase begins. On the Paseo de Sagrera side, the elegant gallery with seven semi-circular arches resting on Ionic style columns is of particular note.

Can Chacon
Spain Monuments

Carrer Consolat, 2, Palma de Mallorca

Neighborhood: Palma de Mallorca
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