Palacio de Villahermosa, Huesca
This newly refurbished palace is now home of the cultural center of Ibercaja in Huesca . The palace belonged to the Dukes of Villahermosa, and in 1926 was transferred to house the College of Saint Viator, from October 21, 1926 until October 22, 1983 the building housed units of the said school. Then entered a phase of decline and neglect that ended recently with a successful restoration. Today, the building is one of the most emblematics of Huesca, for the building itself and for the place it occupies within the city.
Una sala de la exposición permamente situada en el MuVIM ( Museo Valenciano de la Ilustración y Modernidad).
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