Doña Pakita´s House

by Mª Ángeles López Teruel

Villa Gonzalez Montoya is a historic building in Almeria, designed by architect Guillermo Langle in 1928. It is a Basque style, known among the Almeria as "the Basque house." In 1980, Doña Paquita decided to donate the house to the city of Almería, so that after his death it was transformed into a cultural center. This is the first headquarters of the Art Museum of Almeria, where you can enjoy a wide panorama of Almeria art from the 1880s to the 1970s.

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Jun 01, 2016
DOna Pakyta is great! NEW
by: Paulina on the road

I loved this article, super enjoyable to read! Almería is pure and rough Andalusian beauty. I visited last month and wrote a short post about it. I hope you enjoy!

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