Santiponce Itálica


An immense legacy waiting to be discovered

Façade of the Town Hall Granary


When it comes to civil architecture in Sanlúcar la Mayor, there is one particularly important building, the the 18th-century Town Hall Granary, which features a large brick and tile doorway with the emblem of the Seville Town Council.

This building, some of whose rooms-corridors date from the 17th century, keeps alive the historical memory of institutions of vital importance at the time, for both individuals and institutions, that played a crucial role in the collection and distribution of grain and oil paid for in the form of tithes by the rural population.

Reconstructed down to the finest detail, it evokes respect for history while serving for cultural, educational and business uses. Currently, it is renovated and perfectly equipped for the celebration of congresses and events.


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