Antequera Town Hall Tourism Department. The construction of this palace started in the first quarter of the 18th century. The façade shows two clearly different parts: the oldest one, on the ground and main floors, is of the early 18th century, while the tower-viewpoint and the attic were erected in the second-half of the same century. The tower, a work by the Antequera master builder Nicolás Mejías, responds to the Antequera typical model of civil tower which was used in the town since the 16th century. It is surprising the projection of the cornices, as well as the skill in the cutting of bricks. Through the hallway, we access to the cloister courtyard which has a square floor plan and twelve Tuscan columns supporting brick arches and a second section quite compact. Within the architectonical chapter, it stands out the magnificent square plant stairwell with two crossed flights covered with a vault decorated with many plasterworks.