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Real Maestranza de Caballería, despacho del Maestrante.
Saragossa
The Miguel Don Lope's house is a renaissance palace located in Zaragoza (Spain) Nowadays is the headquarters of the Real Maestranza de Caballería. Located on the Dormer Street, just behind the La Seo Cathedral, the Don Lope's House is one of the best preserved renaissance palaces in Aragon. Builded by Miguel Don Lope in the third and fourth decade of the sixteenth century, the building was finally completed in 1542.
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