Casa de España in San Juan, Puerto Rico

Casa de España was found in 1914 as an exclusive social club for people living in San Juan of Spanish descent. This structure opened in 1935 based on a design by Pedro de Castro y Besosa. This prolific architect is credited with nearly 200 homes, apartments and civil buildings in San Juan during the early 20th century. The architecture reflects a Moorish Revival style found in major landmarks in Andalusia, Spain, especially in Granada and Córdoba. The House of Spain is now available for private events.

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Casa de España, 9 Avenida Juan Ponce de León, San Juan, 00901, Puerto Rico

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