Category:Casa Árabe, Madrid

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This is a category about a monument indexed in the Spanish heritage register of Bienes de Interés Cultural under the reference 16140.

Object location 40° 25′ 18.49″ N, 3° 40′ 54.4″ W Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap. View all coordinates using: OpenStreetMap - Google Maps - Google Earth - Proximityrama info
English: Former Escuelas Aguirre (literally "Aguirre School") building and current headquarters of the Casa Árabe ("Arab House") in Madrid (Spain). This Neo-Mudéjar style building was projected by Emilio Rodríguez Ayuso and built from 1881 to 1886. The same architect made later on the enclosure (1887) and the garden section (1896–98). First (1908–1909) and second (1929) alterations were projected by Luis Bellido González. The third one and a basement extension (1932–1933) were made by Antonio Flórez Urdapilleta and Bernardo Giner de los RíosGarcía.
Español: Antiguo edificio de las Escuelas Aguirre y actual sede de la Casa Árabe de Madrid (España). Este edificio, de estilo neomudéjar, fue proyectado por Emilio Rodríguez Ayuso y construido de 1881 a 1886. El mismo arquitecto hizo después el cerramiento (1887) y el pabellón del jardín (1896–98). Luis Bellido González realizó la primera (1908–1909) y segunda (1929) reformas.Antonio Flórez Urdapilleta y Bernardo Giner de los RíosGarcía acometieron la tercera reforma y una ampliación del sótano (1932–1933).
Escuelas Aguirre 
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building in Madrid
Instance of school,
Location Madrid, Salamanca (Madrid), Recoletos, Spain
Located at street address
  • Q28936968 (2)
  • Q5740859 (1)
  • Calle de Alcalá (62)
Architectural style
  • Moorish Revival architecture
  • Neo-Mudéjar
Authority control
COAM structure ID: F2.30

40° 25′ 18.12″ N, 3° 40′ 54.12″ W

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