Casa de Espana, San Juan, Puerto Rico | CruiseBe
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Casa de España

History and museums
landmark, sightseeing

Casa de España is the headquarters of a private social organization whose members are those of Spanish descent in San Juan, Puerto Rico on Calle Ponce de Leon. The building was designed in a Moorish Revival style by Pedro Adolfo de Castro. The building dates from 1932. Although it is named "Casa", it has never been a dwelling place for a family; rather it is a "house" whose members claim common ancestry. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983. It is not open to the public, but private affairs may be arranged.

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