Palacio la magdalena santander

Palacio la magdalena santander

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However, the infanta criticizes the rehabilitation of the end of the century, which gives an idea of the profound reforms, in addition to the adaptation for offices and meeting rooms, which the building has undergone as the headquarters of the international university.

Don Juan de Borbón sold the palace to the city of Santander in 1977 for 150 million pesetas, thus returning to its original owner,[10][5] This sale took place during the first term of Juan Hormaechea (Alianza Popular) as mayor-elect of Santander, surrounded by strong controversy, as the left-wing parties considered that it was the city of Santander itself that gave the property to the Royal House in 1911. Although it had previously been requisitioned during the Republican period to install the International University, its activities were halted during the Civil War and did not restart until 1938, then based in the hospital of San Rafael.[5] After the Civil War, the Menéndez Pelayo International University was founded in 1938.

After the Civil War, the Menéndez Pelayo University was installed in the Hospital de San Rafael, returning to the palace at the end of 1949. Since then, a multitude of important conferences and workshops worldwide, exhibitions, musical competitions, etc. have been held in the palace. An example of this is the meeting that in 1952 gave rise to the CEDI.[14]

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However, the infanta criticizes the rehabilitation of the end of the century, which gives an idea of the profound reforms, in addition to the adaptation for offices and meeting rooms, that the building has undergone as the headquarters of the international university.

Don Juan de Borbón sold the palace to the city of Santander in 1977 for 150 million pesetas, thus returning to its original owner,[10][5] This sale took place during the first term of Juan Hormaechea (Alianza Popular) as mayor-elect of Santander, surrounded by strong controversy, as the left-wing parties considered that it was the city of Santander itself that gave the property to the Royal House in 1911. Although it had previously been requisitioned during the Republican period to install the International University, its activities were halted during the Civil War and did not restart until 1938, then based in the hospital of San Rafael.[5] After the Civil War, the Menéndez Pelayo International University was founded in 1938.

After the Civil War, the Menéndez Pelayo University was installed in the Hospital de San Rafael, returning to the palace at the end of 1949. Since then, a multitude of important conferences and workshops worldwide, exhibitions, musical competitions, etc. have been held in the palace. An example of this is the meeting that in 1952 gave rise to the CEDI.[14]

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It is more, most of the time my trip coincided with the summer season and I thought that you could not visit sightseeing to coincide with the celebration of the traditional summer courses of the University Meléndez Pelayo, which is not so.

Located in the highest part of the Magdalena Peninsula, which overlooks the Bay of Santander, it is said that Queen Victoria Eugenia enjoyed the palace because its architecture and landscape reminded her of the atmosphere of the British Isle of Wight.

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The price of the visit of the Magdalena Palace in Santander is, the general rate, 5 euros per person, with a reduced price of 2.50 euros for students from 18 to 25 years old, seniors + 65, young people from 18 to 26 years old, unemployed and large families.

palacio de la magdalena historia

El Palacio de la Magdalena es un palacio situado en la Península de la Magdalena de la ciudad de Santander, Cantabria, España. Fue construido entre 1909 y 1911, por suscripción popular, para albergar a la Familia Real Española. Construido por los arquitectos Javier González Riancho y Gonzalo Bringas Vega, se encuentra en el lugar donde estaba el antiguo Fuerte de San Salvador de Hano, que protegía la entrada a la bahía.

La construcción del palacio fue iniciada en 1908 por el gobierno local de Santander con el fin de proporcionar una residencia de temporada a la familia real de España. La financiación se hizo a través de una suscripción popular de la población local[1].

El diseño y la construcción del palacio estuvieron a cargo de los arquitectos Javier González de Riancho y Gonzalo Bringas Vega, y la construcción finalizó en 1912. El rey Alfonso XIII y su familia llegaron por primera vez al Palacio de la Magdalena el 4 de agosto de 1913, y volvieron anualmente a veranear en el palacio hasta 1930. La familia real utilizaba el palacio como base para numerosas actividades recreativas y deportivas, y el rey a veces también celebraba reuniones gubernamentales en la propiedad. Los viajes anuales terminaron con la proclamación de la Segunda República Española en 1931[1].

Palacio la magdalena santander
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