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Lorenzo Vázquez de Segovia

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Lorenzo Vázquez de Segovia

The Santa Cruz Palace in Valladolid, Spain is amongst the fine works of Spanish architect Lorenzo Vázquez de Segovia

Lorenzo Vázquez de Segovia was a 15th-century Spanish architect and builder noted for completing the Santa Cruz Palace in 1491 in Valladolid and a number of other handsome buildings in the Castile region of western Spain (Palace of the Dukes of Medinaceli (Cogolludo)).

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