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This is one of the many interesting sites on Segovia's Calle Juan Bravo, remarkable for having its façade made up of granite stone carved into diamond tip points, as its name implies. This type of masonry was common in Italian palaces in the middle ages....More
This is a 15th century building with a stunningly beautiful fascade. The fascade is carved in granite with diamond points. Appropriately it is on Cervantes street. The exhibits inside change on a regular building. Close to former Jewish section and it's Great synagogue
While heading to Mirador de la Canaleja, I saw this unique building with its interesting facade - small pyramid-shaped granite blocks. It looks like a durian husks. I took a few photos of the facade, without knowing that it is a Segovia Art School.
Interesting building with an ancient history related to the jewish people living in Segovia time ago. Now, it has been converted into a public building, an art school.
There is always some interesting exhibition inside. The most curious thing is the special decoration in the...More
When you are leaving the “tourist Information centre, in the indicated direction in order to start your tour with the visit of the Cathedral, you will pass this house known as the “Casa de Los Picos” on your right. The most characteristically on the house...More