The Moha Palace is opposite to the Betram Church on both sides of Lambra Street, making this section of the street show Baroque style.
Not bad. The place is good. There aren't many people with the regiment, so it's good.
The building is very old, very historical, very beautiful.
The Moha Palace was built in 1790 in neoclassical style and was rebuilt on the site of a palace built in 1702.
The dome paintings and murals in the palace are very famous. There are also many art exhibitions held here, and many visitors come to visit them.
Baroque architecture can be seen everywhere in Italy, but rarely in Spain. It also fully reflects the style of fresco and dome art.