This famous building currently houses the Escuela Taller where pupils learn and practise a variety of different trades. It's located at the far end of the Paseo del Barco del Pasaje and is partly built on rocks jutting out over the Tajo River with a walk-way above the running water. For centuries the building was known as the Casa del tinte del barco. Then, during the 19th century, it received its current name due to the popular belief that a tenant who was a goldsmith by trade designed and made Isabel II's crown. Closed to the public.
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- Nearest Train: Bus: 7