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Hacienda del Marqués de Villavelviestre


This 18th-century palace, located in the historic centre of Huévar del Aljarafe, has a façade that combines rendered and whitewashed walls with brick. The impressive main entrance and the circular corner tower, with horseshoe-arched windows, are made in brick. The rest of the building is whitewashed and crowned with decorative merlons. It belongs to the Marquisate of Villavelviestre, a Spanish noble title created on 16 April 1768 by King Carlos III, and granted to Pedro Tiburcio Diaz-Trechuelo Vadillo y Gracia de la Yeda, a native of Quintana de Valdieso (Burgos).



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