Mrs. Governor's Palace is a historical building in Barcelona. It is the residence of the Spanish Governor and his wife. Now it has become a history museum. It is the best place to learn about Spanish colonial history. There are many historical documents to refer to. It is of great historical significance.
On the square, the quadrangular steps at the exit of the palace where the Duke of Barcelona once lived were the places where Columbus, who had discovered the New World, visited Queen Isabel, his patron, after returning; on the left was the Governor's residence, and on the right was the Agada Chapel. Today, these relics are part of the Municipal Museum of History.
It's beautiful. And the blue window is super beautiful. It's really nice.
Glass windows are beautiful. It feels really good.
A place where exhibitions are often held, typical of Baroque style, you can see it by the way.
Architecture has its own characteristics. If you have enough time, you can go and see it.
Una de mis plazas preferidas en el Barrio de Gracia para pasear o para ir a tomarme un café o una caña en las terracitas de los bares. Me gusta el ambiente que hay a la tardecita. Mucha gente sale a caminar por allí cuando terminan de trabajar. Familias, amigos, parejas. El lugar cobra vida y se la pasa bien. La Parroquia de San Juan Bautista de Gracia le da un encanto especial en uno de los lados de la plaza.