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La Capilla de la Mare de Dèu de la Font, Villalonga

La Capilla de la Mare de Dèu de la Font, Villalonga

Puerta de acceso lateral a la basílica de Santa María del Mar, donde Gabriel Pereira asiste a misa los domingos en "La ciudad reflejada".

Puerta de acceso lateral a la basílica de Santa María del Mar, donde Gabriel Pereira asiste a misa los domingos en "La ciudad reflejada".

Can Vivot, Palma de Mallorca. As of 1690, the first Marquis of Vivot, Joan Sureda y Villalonga (1669-1752),undertook a thorough renovation of the original house, formerly known as Can Villalonga, the former residence of the Desclapers family. He inherited the house from the Villalonga family, who had lived there since the early 16th C.

Can Vivot, Palma de Mallorca. As of 1690, the first Marquis of Vivot, Joan Sureda y Villalonga (1669-1752),undertook a thorough renovation of the original house, formerly known as Can Villalonga, the former residence of the Desclapers family. He inherited the house from the Villalonga family, who had lived there since the early 16th C.

Salón de Música del Palacio Vivot, Palma de Mallorca

Salón de Música del Palacio Vivot, Palma de Mallorca

Villalonga

Villalonga

Can Llorenç Villalonga, Palma de Mallorca

Can Llorenç Villalonga, Palma de Mallorca

La Capilla de la Mare de Dèu de la Font, Villalonga

La Capilla de la Mare de Dèu de la Font, Villalonga

Can Bordils (Can Villalonga-Escalada), Palma de Mallorca

Can Bordils (Can Villalonga-Escalada), Palma de Mallorca

Can Villalonga-DesBrull (Ca la Gran Cristiana), Palma de Mallorca, La ´Gran Cristiana´ es el sobrenombre de Catalina Zaforteza i de Togores (Palma, 1883), esposa de Mariano de Villalonga i de Togores, uno de los mayores terratenientes del siglo XIX y principios del veinte en Mallorca.

Can Villalonga-DesBrull (Ca la Gran Cristiana), Palma de Mallorca, La ´Gran Cristiana´ es el sobrenombre de Catalina Zaforteza i de Togores (Palma, 1883), esposa de Mariano de Villalonga i de Togores, uno de los mayores terratenientes del siglo XIX y principios del veinte en Mallorca.

Can Ferrandell Before the 18th century, the manor was owned by the Gual-Moix family. Josep Ferrandell Gual-Moix came into ownership in 1790, the same year that he was named the Marquis of Cova. When he died in 1804, his niece Francesca de Villalonga i Ferrandell inherited the house. The year afterwards, she changed the name of the Marquis’ house to Casa Ferrandell

Can Ferrandell Before the 18th century, the manor was owned by the Gual-Moix family. Josep Ferrandell Gual-Moix came into ownership in 1790, the same year that he was named the Marquis of Cova. When he died in 1804, his niece Francesca de Villalonga i Ferrandell inherited the house. The year afterwards, she changed the name of the Marquis’ house to Casa Ferrandell

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