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Palacio Real de Miramar

Palacio Real de Miramar
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The Palacio Real de Miramar was created to house the Royal Family when they decided to start spending their summers in San Sebastián from 1887 onwards. The building enjoys impressive direct views of the bay and Santa Clara Island. The Palacio Real de Miramar was built in ‘Queen Anne English cottage’ style under the direction of the British architect Seldon Wornum. It is built in brick and sandstone with timberwork. Its gardens are the work of master gardener Pierre Ducasse, author, too, of the Palacio de Aiete and Plaza de Gipúzkoa gardens. Source: http://iwobi.ulpgc.es/2015/index.php/venue-and-accomodation