Casa de la Provincia

Casa de la Provincia
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The former headquarters of the Seville Provincial Council is also known as Casa Palacio and has a privileged location in Plaza del Triunfo, nº 1 in the most iconic area of the city of Seville. 
The building dates back to the 14th century and is strategically located within a monumental area bordered by the Real Alcázares Palace, the Cathedral and the Archive of the Indies 
The building used to be a part of the Old Hospital of Nuestra Señora del Pilar, right next to the Real Alcázares Palace and dates back to the 14th century. It also used to be known as the Hospital del Rey or Hospital Real, although it was not actually a hospital but started out as a hostelry for pilgrims and then became a poor house, until 1795 when it became part of the Hospital de Inocentes. 
We have no details of what it was subsequently used for or any building work undertaken until 1839 when González León declared that the house "had been refurbished with an attractive façade with balconies and windows, making it one of the finest in Seville".

After the Civil War it was extended by adding the adjoining plot of land with the Convent of the Incarnation that corresponds to what is now the fortified tower on the main façade. 
In the 1950s the City Council opened the Calle Romero Murube over the adjacent property where they discovered sections of the walls and ramparts of the Real Alcázares Palace and provided the building with a new façade on the south side. In the 1960s the attic floor of the main façade was built, to which the mansard roofs that today rise above the Plaza del Triunfo belong.
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Casa de la Provincia
Plaza del Triunfo, 1, 41002
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