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Cerdá House

Square of Santo Domingo, nº 2.
Murcia

Spanish name: Casa Cerdá

Cerdá House 20th century. An eclectic-style building by the architect José Antonio Rodríguez, built between 1934 and 1936. The connection with the surrounding urban space is noteworthy thanks to the well-achieved emphasis put in the corner, crowned with a shrine which serves as a hinge between the square and the avenue.


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