Palace of Counts of Santa Ana, Interpretation Center of the city
The palace of the Counts of Santa Ana, baroque palace of S. XVIII. He was promoted by the Mora-Saavedra family between 1730 and 1750. They come from a line of crypto-Jews and Judeo-converts. They will be part of the families who settled in Lucena, attracted by the glory that the city once had and by long to inhabit the land of their ancestors. In its architecture are distinguished, besides its magnificent facade, with its two courtyards and its beautiful staircase. The palace houses the interpretation center of the city.
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