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Made in 1865

Just before you enter the Esglèsia de l’Anunciació in Palma, also known as the Esglèsia de Sant Crist de la Sang, you pass the Hospital General as well as a small courtyard lined with Seville orange trees. The courtyard is lovely, peaceful and pleasing, not least because of a rather beautiful façade in the neo-Gothic style that you find behind your back as you enter the patio. Turn around and have a look.

This accessory was built onto the hospital in 1865 and is attributed to Antoni Sureda who also designed Palma’s Teatre Principal, another beaut.

The photo was taken in Palma de Mallorca, Baleares, Spain. The date: December 15th, 2009. The time was 15:43:15.

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