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Maestre House

Plaza de San Francisco.
30201 -Cartagena-

Spanish name: Casa Maestre

Casa Maestre Casa Maestre in Cartagena, modernist Catalan building declared a site of Cultural Interest, was designed based on the sketches of architect Marceliano Coquillat and built by architect Víctor Beltrí in Plaza de San Francisco in 1906. The Maestre Pérez family, owners of  rich mining sites in the hills of Cartagena and La Unión, ordered the construction of the house.
 
One of the main features of the stone facade is its central axis and terniary pace of its elements. In the central part there are two interesting features: a curved viewpoint also made of stone and the main door of Neo-rococo style. The original parts of the house that still stand today are the facade, a room in the first floor, the stained glass and the staircase.
Casa Maestre
Casa Maestre
Casa Maestre
Casa Maestre

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