Located at one of the corners of Plaza Vieja Square, Palacio Cueto exhibits a magnificent work in stone and elegant grandstands that join the
first two floors. Its wave-shaped balconies can pay homage to the work of Gaudí, who always tried to ensure that the nature surrounding him was present in his works. It is a very unique building that portrayed expressionist taste in the early years of the twentieth century, and was inspired by the new European currents. The Cueto Palace stands out for the complexity of its work in sculpted stone, the elaborate ornamentation of its facade and for the cheerful colossal male figures used instead of columns, such as the female caryatids, which protrude above the entrance archway.
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