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El Real Casino de Murcia, conocido habitualmente como Casino de Murcia, es uno de los edificios más emblemáticos de la ciudad de Murcia (España). Se encuentra en el centro de la misma, en la calle Trapería, no lejos de la catedral. El edificio, cuya construcción comenzó en 1847 es una mezcla de distintas corrientes artísticas que coexistieron en la segunda mitad del siglo XIX y principios del siglo XX en España y fue declarado monumento histórico-artístico nacional en 1983, por lo que en la actualidad está considerado bien de interés cultural, con la categoría de «monumento».

El edificio es la sede de la institución del mismo nombre, que funciona como un club privado. Abierto a visitas turísticas y otros eventos, es el edificio civil más visitado de la Región de Murcia2 y, contando solamente los grupos organizados, lo visitan anualmente un promedio de 150.000 personas, de las que 25.000 son extranjeras.

Tras un periodo de creciente deterioro provocado por la crisis de la institución, el edificio ha sido profundamente restaurado entre los años 2006 y 2009. Con motivo de la finalización de las obras de restauración, el rey Juan Carlos I de España concedió al Casino de Murcia el título de Real.

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