Aranjuez Cultural Landscape, Spain


Aranjuez Cultural Landscape, declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2001

The Aranjuez Cultural Landscape is rich and varied due to the encounters between nature and human activity, winding waterways and geometric gardens, the rural and the urban, the wild forest and the delicate architecture of its palatial buildings, etc.  For three centuries, it was the royal residence, which gave it a unique richness in all artistic styles.

National Heritage has relied on Kalam to restore the cultural landscape of Aranjuez, working on many different areas over the years. The arcades of the Casa de los Oficios, the pavilions of the pier and the siphons of the fountains were protected; the exposed brick and Colmenar limestone walls and the lead dome of the Chapel of San Antonio were restored. We also repaired the flooring of the Salas del Hombre (Halls of Humankind) in the interior of the Palace and restored the roofs of the Jardín del Príncipe. All of this work was executed by our master craftsmen, restorers and specialized technicians; who, with efficiency and training, have managed to become a reference company in the sector.


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