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1880s – Escuela de Arte, Toledo, Spain

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Architect: Arturo Melida

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Created in the 19th Century for the training of artists and crafstmen in the city of Toledo, by architect Arturo Melida. It was later necessary to enlarge the school, making use of the demolition of the old convent of Santa Ana, preserving the chapel, nowadays used as an events hall.

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