The square-circle steps at the exit of the Royal Palace where the Duke of Barcelona once lived are the place where Columbus, who discovered the New World, returned to visit his patron Queen Isabel. On the left side of the steps is the Governor’s Mansion and the right side is the Agada Chapel. Today, these relics are part of the Municipal History Museum.
Very ancient charm, entertaining people relaxed and happy.
The Plaza of the Governor's Palace is located in the central square of Spain. The buildings are very majestic.
The square is very beautiful, and the surrounding buildings are also very distinctive.