Interior of the Lodares Passage (II) (Albacete, Spain). by FranciscoGarciaRios

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The picture shows a view of the Lodares Passage interior from Mayor Street gate.
The Lodares Passage is a residential and commercial gallery in the heart of Albacete from 1925, connecting Mayor and Tinte streets. It is lavishly decorated with historicist (classic and neo baroque) and modernist elements. The Lodares Passage in Albacete, together with the Gutiérrez Passage in Valladolid and the Passage of Ciclón in Zaragoza, are the only three surviving examples in Spain of this type of original european modernist galleries from late 19th and early 20th Centuries.
Vista del interior del Pasaje de Lodares de Albacete, desde la portada de la Calle Mayor.
El Pasaje de Lodares es una galería comercial y residencial que, desde 1925, en pleno corazón de la ciudad de Albacete, une las dos céntricas calles Mayor y Tinte. Se halla profusamente decorado con motivos historicistas (clásicos y neo-barrocos) y modernistas. El Pasaje de Lodares de Albacete, junto con el Pasaje Gutiérrez de Valladolid y el Pasaje del Ciclón de Zaragoza, son los únicos tres ejemplos en España de este tipo de original arquitectura, según modelo europeo, de estilo modernista de finales del siglo XIX y principios del XX.

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