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Can Vivot

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Can Vivot

This house was renovated in approximately 1725 by Juan Sureda i Villalonga, the first Marquis of Vivot, over a medieval structure. It became the Sureda family home from the 18th century and was previously home to the Villalonga family. The patio of this house is the result of a general reform directed by Jaime de Espinosa. The entrance floor is of compacted earth, columns with entasis and Corinthian capitals. The gallery features three arches. An arch with pilastres in the shape of a truncated inverted pyramid stands at the bottom of the staircase.

Can Vivot
Spain Monuments

Carrer Can Savella, 4, Palma de Mallorca

Neighborhood: Palma de Mallorca
Nearby Places Can Vivot

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