Santa Cruz Palace is a Baroque building in Madrid. The building was built in 1629 and ordered by King Philip IV of Spain. Initially, buildings were used for courts and prisons. In 1767, the building was changed from a prison to a palace. But a fire in 1791 basically destroyed all the buildings, leaving only the facades. The latter building has been renovated and is now used by the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. We went to Mayor Square and got here. It's a beautiful building. We'll never miss it.
Santa Cruz Palace in Madrid is one of the most classic royal palaces in Spain. This palace is a large existing palace in Spain. The architectural style of this palace is the most representative design in Europe. The overall layout of the palace is also very distinctive.
This palace is one of the dormitories inhabited by the Spanish royal family and loves its architectural style.
Surrounding scenery and environment are very good, suitable for all types of people, recommended to go
Palacio de Santa Cruz: Located near Mayor Square, it served as a palace in 1767 and is now used by the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.