For centuries, Casa del Degà was home for deans of the cathedral. This 14th-century house next door to Casa de ... More
Casa del Degà
For centuries, Casa del Degà was home for deans of the cathedral. This 14th-century house next door to Casa de l'Ardiaca faced a tragedy in 1420 when the structure was damaged. One of the deans, Jaume Estela, commissioned the attractive Renaissance façade in 1548; however, he died before work was completed and his successor, Bernat d'Aguilar, oversaw its conclusion. That's why both of their coats-of-arms feature by the entrance.
The Italian architect, Domenico Bagutti, is the mastermind behind Parque del Laberint d'Horta. Constructed in the 18th Century, it shares
space with the Desvalls' family mansion in the Horta Guinardó district and is the oldest of its kind in ...
This is considered one of the oldest houses in all of Lima, because it dates back to the 17th Century.
According to local tradition, the women from Lima would hide behind the shutters of their balconies to watch what ...
This second section of the Ramblas is also known as the Rambla of the Birds, where you will find kiosks
selling small animals, mostly birds. There are also chickens, parrots, turtles, hamsters and fish for sale. You'll also see ...