Next door to the palace is a very different building from the Islamic architecture, the rounded Renaissance palace outside, the palace of Carlos V. The 32 large columns that enter the gates give a bit of a colosseum feel.
The Carlos V Palace is a building with a square outside and a round inside, with a modern appearance. Viewed from the outside, the windows are divided into upper and lower floors, and the upper circle on each floor corresponds to the lower part, and is deeply embedded in the building, highlighting the three-dimensional and harmonious sense of the facade.
From the garden of the Alhamn Palace, the wind and snow were even greater, and I hardly appreciated the appearance of the typical European-style building of the Carlos V Palace. I rushed in and was immediately shocked by the two-story Colosseum-style circular building. , Walked around it in a circle, up and down, shooting inside and out. Carlos was built in 1527 by the architect Pedro Machuca of Toledo. It is a magnificent Renaissance palace and a very important building during the Spanish Renaissance. Viewed from the sky, the whole is square, but it contains a stunning circular double courtyard supported by 32 pillars. The palace can be viewed from different angles.
The "Carlos V Palace" is a magnificent Renaissance palace located south of the Lion Court. The whole is square and contains a stunning circular double courtyard, supported by 32 pillars, allowing you to view the palace from different angles.
The Carlos V Palace is located on the edge of the Nasiris Palace. The exterior is a Renaissance building, while the interior is a Romanesque circular column cloister square, very brilliant and exquisite, like a ring bullring , It’s very impressive and it will definitely impress you. It is also a great place to take pictures. The pictures taken are very meaningful and profound.
This palace is very large and there are not many tourists here, but it does not affect its value. The overall architectural style is simple and old.