The Crystal church is a structure of dazzling beauty, built upon concrete and iron ribs that sustain 39 stained glass windows, providing the building with a mystical aura. The windows depict scenes of nature and the cosmos, characterising the Franciscan order, combined with biblical scenes.
Ca’n Carasses or Ca’n Pavese is a building in the middle of Palma.
Calle Temple number 9 is built over an archway that looks like a fortified door. And it is, it covers old Muslim towers and was the access point to the Temple fortress.
City Hall presides over Plaza de Cort, and all the pretty streets that lead to it; next to City Hall is the palace that is home to the Consell Insular.
- Forbidden loves and shopping in Palma’s Jewish quarter
- Palma de Mallorca’s first four churches
- Landscape Worship
- Dry Stone walls, a popularly developed and perfected art
- The Gothic cloisters of Sant Francesc, a haven of peace dating back to the 13th century.
- Can Prunera. A modernist Museum
- Palma de Mallorca’s “La Lonja” and it’s guardian angel.
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