The Town Hall in Ronda, Spain - Encircle Photos

8 The Town Hall in Ronda, Spain

Anchoring one side of Plaza Duquesa de Parcent is Ayuntamiento, Spanish for Town Hall. Its design of a two-level colonnade atop a stark white façade punctuated with birdcage windows immediately grabs your attention and raises questions about its architectural origin. During the 16th century, part of this structure was a Muslim marketplace. It was expanded into a military barracks in 1734. Since then, the building has undergone two restorations: one in 1818 and the last in 1973. The Casa Consistorial is now home to the municipality’s City Council and the mayor.


Plaza Duquesa de Parcent, 3, 29400 Ronda, Spain


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