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Stately home Ca'n Castelló, the garden. Palma de Mallorca
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Ca'n Castelló is an old building from the XVIIIth century where nowadays Sa Nostra, a local bank, keeps a cultural and artistic gallery and center. Ca'n Castelló is placed on La Concepció street next to the popular Jaime III avenue. You can enjoy some moments of relax inside the city jam if you spend some time to visit not only any exhibition on the gallery but the lovely garden as well, this is a real oasis inside Palma. Orange trees, cypresses, paradise-tree are some of the species you can find on it.

The high tower of another old building, Ca'n Simó dated 1850, can be seen on the image too.

Copyright: Guillem Alemany
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Uploaded: 18/04/2013
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Tags: garden; sa nostra; palma; mallorca; oranges
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