Palau de l'Almudaina
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clinou78
Versailles, Frankrike113 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
apr. 2024 • Familie
Excellent visit to the palace, very well preserved, furnished and very beautiful tapestries. The exterior gives a superb view of Palma, also visit the chapel.
, allow 1 hour of visit.
Skrevet 17. april 2024
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Franco collegno
Province of Turin, Italia29 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
apr. 2024 • Par
Interesting visit to this Royal Palace, apparently still used on some occasions by the royal house of Spain. I was a little disappointed by the total lack of weapons and armor that are usually present in these manors. An audio guide is essential for the visit.
Skrevet 9. april 2024
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Bongo
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3,0 av 5 bobler
mar. 2024 • Par
The palace from outside is very beautiful. As far as royal palaces i was not impressed. Nothing like Windsor Castle or royal palace in madrid. I was dissappointed to be honest. You wont find any beautifully decorated rooms. Also for audio guild you have to pay extra. I ferl it should be included for free in the price.
Skrevet 28. mars 2024
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investigator64
Ivanovo, Russland32 770 bidrag
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aug. 2023 • Familie
When we hear the phrase “royal palace”, 9 out of 10 travel lovers conjure up fantastically beautiful buildings a la Mysore Palace, Viennese Schönbrunn, Parisian Versailles, Chambord Castle, Brunei Istana Nurul Iman, etc. Preparing to get acquainted with the Royal Palace of Almudaina (Palau Reial de l'Almudaina) in Palma de Mallorca, I was in the mood for something similar: luxury, beauty, cuteness, magic...
I hasten to disappoint you: you will not see practically any of the above in the guise of Almudain.
Well, maybe beauty... But very unique. However, first things first. It seems to me that the most gorgeous view of Palau Reial de l'Almudaina opens from Carrer del Moll (Pierce Street). It is from this place that the Palace and the La Seu Cathedral, located to the right of it, almost on the same axis, look most impressive. Moreover, if you look at it from a slightly acute angle, it seems that these two mega-structures are a single whole.
Perhaps it seems this way because both the Palace and the Cathedral have the same historical and temporal roots? I have already “issued a corresponding post on the mountain” about the sacral, so the “hero” of my today’s story will be the Almudain Palace. I’m not going to copy-paste popular Net stories about this structure, but I’ll try to tell exactly what I saw, as well as what travelers rarely see. And so, the first impression of the Palace: a sand-colored stone “box” that looks like anything but a palace in our understanding of this “crowned” word.
Personally, when looking at Almudain, the Iranian Choga-Zanbil, the Omani Bahla, the Jordanian Karak, and the Cypriot Limassol Castle immediately came to mind. And why? Yes, because Almudaina, like all the buildings listed above, was originally the “work of the hands” of Muslim architects. This is the first thing. And secondly, Palau Reial de l'Almudaina is not just a royal palace, of course not. This is a palace-fortress, a palace-“warrior”. And within its walls is collected the history of the island, starting with the Roman centenarium.
The legionnaires of Quintus Caecilius Metellus, who came to these places back in 123 BC, erected the first fortifications (most likely, something like a centenarium) on the site of the current Palace. The place was chosen very wisely - from the point of view of fortification. The Byzantines, who replaced the Romans and their descendants during the reign of Emperor Justinian, contributed to the strengthening of the Roman fortification.
And at the beginning of the 8th century, the Moors “set their eyes on the island”: first, during the reign of the Umayyad Caliph al-Walid ibn Abd al-Malik, the son of the governor in North Africa, Musa ibn Nusayr, Abdallah, landed on the island in 708 (though in this once there were no battles). But in 848, Emir Abd-ar-Rahman II equipped a flotilla of 300 ships and boats and established Muslim rule on the island. True, the rule was very conditional, until in 902, during the reign of Emir Abdallah ibn Muhammad, the military leader Isam al-Khawlani finally pacified the Christian population of the island.
And finally, in 1094, the Berber admiral Ibn Tafartast annexed the island to the Almoravid state. The Roman-Byzantine fortifications were destroyed and in their place in 1281 the new owners of Mallorca built the fortress-alcázar “Zuda”. At least that's what sources say. But!!! The fact is that the terms “alcazar” and “zuda” are largely identical: both the first and the second refer to a fortress or palace in Spain and Portugal, built during the rule of the Arabs in the 8th-14th centuries.
But, just so you know, a zuda is a fortress/palace that has a source of drinking water on its territory or in its immediate vicinity (in the image and likeness of “Zuda de Tarazona” in Zaragoza, “castillo de la zuda” in Lleida, “Zuda de Huesca” "in Huesca, which, by the way, are very similar in some features to the Almudaina Palace). But the Alcazar is not. In Palma de Mallorca, the source of drinking water was Torrent Gros. The current Almudaina Palace in its modern understanding and appearance appeared at the beginning of the 14th century at the instigation of King Jaime II the Just and his “other half” Beata Esclaramunda de Foix: without further ado, the crowned couple ordered the reconstruction of the Arabian court (or, after all, the alcazar?) modeled after the Palace of the Kings of Majorca (Palais des Rois de Majorque) in Perpignan.
At the same time, the royal residence in Mallorca received its current name Almudaina (just so you know, “Al mudaynah” is translated from Arabic as “citadel, fortress”). The Moorish features of the alcazar/itches were largely changed: the architect, following the orders of the royal couple, rebuilt the structure in the so-called Levantine Gothic style, which was done by 1343 already under King James III the Bold. Not a single source that I have read directly points to the first architect who had a hand in the construction of Almudain (by reconstructing the alcazar/zudy), but several times I came across timid hints about the possible involvement of the architect Pere Salva in this charitable work - a man who, according to some sources, took participation in the construction of Bellver Castle.
Describing all the good things about Almudain is a thankless task, you just have to see IT with your own eyes. So put your feet up and off to Palma de Mallorca!!! And be sure to pay attention to the tower of the northern façade - Torre del Angel: at its top rises a statue of St. Archangel Gabriel (allegedly from the year 1310 "flood" by the sculptor Anthony Camprodon. Keep in mind - this is not just a sculpture, it is a weather vane!!! I definitely recommend !!!
Skrevet 26. mars 2024
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Cypriane N
Nancy, Frankrike583 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
feb. 2024 • Familie
This palace is one of the residences of the King of Spain, it is located next to the Cathedral of Palma.
Very pretty and well preserved/maintained but a little disappointed, many closed rooms, little to see in the end, little information unless you take an additional audio guide.
I was expecting a longer visit.
Good to know on Wednesday afternoon from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. the visit is free for members of the European Union.
Skrevet 1. mars 2024
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GoPlaces36178336508
Strasbourg, Frankrike93 bidrag
3,0 av 5 bobler
feb. 2024 • Familie
A medieval royal palace very interesting for its history and prestige. Right next to the cathedral it is a must visit in the city. However, the potential of the place is not exploited to its fair value.

Certainly, the spaces are impressive, but clearly devoid of furniture, apart from two or three rooms. It feels like you're walking through an empty palace. However, there is an impressive collection of tapestries from the 17th and 18th centuries.

We offer you an audio guide, but it's a method of visiting that I personally don't like. I prefer a self-guided visit, but the works do not have explanatory labels. It’s extremely unfortunate for such a prestigious place.

The chapel is magnificent and its Gothic portal is very interesting. The original sculptures are sheltered inside the chapel, but they lie on the ground in the Sainte-Praxède chapel. We cannot therefore take advantage of the finesse of these beautiful sculptures.

Finally, when you cross the rooms, you will take a look at the sea, and what a disappointment to see that a children's play area has been installed at the foot of the palace, spoiling the view from its bright yellow floor. the Windows.
Skrevet 28. februar 2024
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Thomas V
Oakland, CA17 104 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
okt. 2023 • Venner
This is pretty fabulous and imposing, rising up over the waterfront. Very visible. And it should be as it is an old royal palace and still used as a residence of the Spanish royal family. Wouldn't you like to live here? We had a quick group tour inside and it was very decorated. The tour was part of an overall tour of some of the interiors of the major buildings in town. This one was very impressive. Try to get inside if you can. It was definitely worthwhile for our short visit.
Skrevet 1. februar 2024
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calandracas
Madrid, Spania7 387 bidrag
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feb. 2023 • Familie
I never get tired of seeing it because it has everything. In addition to the palatial facilities, which date back to 1300-odd, it has some Arab baths and from the parade ground there is access to a beautiful chapel. It was built for Jaime II and being right in front of the cathedral, the location is optimal.
Skrevet 29. januar 2024
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Mag
München, Tyskland12 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
jan. 2024 • Par
The Royal Palace of La Almudaina opposite the cathedral in Palma is well worth seeing.
Tip: EU citizens can visit it for free on certain days.
Skrevet 12. januar 2024
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Zosia B
Waterloo, Belgia1 474 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
des. 2023 • Familie
Very pretty palace with spacious rooms and amazing views. Rooms have multilingual signage if you chose not to get an audio guide. Well worth a visit.
Skrevet 29. desember 2023
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