Condes de Argillo Palace

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The church of Santa Ana and the palace's entrance on the right.

The Condes de Argillo Palace (Spanish: Palacio de los Condes de Argillo) is a historical building in Morata de Jalón, Aragon, Spain.

It was built in 1672-1676 under the direction of Juan de la Marca.

It has an H-shaped plan, with a large central volume prolonged by two transversal wings at its ends, the left one corresponding to the church of Santa Ana. It has a brickwork façade.

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Coordinates: 41°28′25″N 1°28′34″W / 41.47361°N 1.47611°W / 41.47361; -1.47611