It's one of the most beautiful examples of plateresque architecture. Two architects were involved in the building work: Diego de Riaño began it in 1527, and Demetrio de los Ríos continued it in the 19th Century. Of the building's two facades, the most interesting is the one that can be seen from Plaza de San Francisco, as it is covered in decorative detail. Inside, there are several very beautiful rooms. Among the most notable are the Apeadero and the Sala Capitular, because of the way they are decorated, although there are also other rooms inside, such as the Sala de los Fieles Ejecutores and the Salón Colón, whose walls are reminiscent of a Medieval castle. The staircase and banister are two notable features, as well as the beautiful pictures that hang on its walls.
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