Lugares - monumentos - calle Juan Mambrilla
Juan Mambrilla street
On this street, among other singular buildings, are the Zúñiga Palace and the Mudarra Palace
On this street, among other singular buildings, the Zúñiga Palace stands out, located on the number 14. It is a construction of the 15th century, with a geometrical facade and the entrance with a semicircular arch, an alfiz and a coat of arms at both sides. It has an interesting courtyard with a coffered ceiling supported by octagonal pillars and wooden bases. It was the property of Alonso de Zúñiga, and Alvaro the Luna spent a night here before been brought to the Portillo Castle for his execution. The tribunal of the Inquisition was installed here. Today, it belongs to the University of Valladolid and is called Centro Buendía, which houses the Secretariat of Publications.
Another singular building on this street is the Mudarra Palace, on the number 33. It is a construction of the 16th century and currently is the Convent of Salesas. It has an interesting courtyard and its facade conserves the coat of arms of the family that ordered its construction. It is a clear example of the purest Renaissance of Valladolid.Otro edificio singular de esta calle es el Palacio de los Mudarra, ubicado en el nº 33. Esta construcción es obra del siglo XVI, aunque actualmente ha abandonado sus funciones palaciegas y es el Convento de Salesas. Posee de su pasado civil, un interesante patio y mantiene la fachada de piedra, aún con el blasón de la familia que lo mandó construir, siendo una clara muestra del Renacimiento purista vallisoletano.