The Almudí Palace
It is a singular building that has an impressive shape, situated in the Plano de San Francisco, showing a courtyard with columns that recalls the Baroque style of Murcia.. It was an old corn deposit of the city.
The first person that thought up about building a public deposit for the cereals collected as a tithe was King Alfonso X in the 13th century. The building was subsequently turned into a Judicial Court, today it is the Municipal Archive situated on the first floor, where administration documents of the city and the “Huerta” are kept since the 13th century. Also it is an Art Centre, as the impressive hall with Tuscan columns on the ground floor holds exhibitions.