The Palace of the Dukes of Alba is a palace located in the Andalusian city of Seville and belongs to the House of Alba.
Just three minutes' walk from the Church of San Marco, The Palace of the Dukes of Alba (Palacio de las Duenas) is located in the Feria district, belongs to the house of the Dukes of Albes de Tormes and was built between the 15th and 16th centuries.
Its architecture combines Mudejar and Renaissance styles. The palace consists of a group of buildings, patios and gardens. The latter stands out for its important collection of works of art, antique furniture and antiques. Amongst others, there is a large collection of Spanish and Italian school paintings from the 19th and 20th centuries. In addition, it has archaeological treasures such as Roman coins, medieval objects such as an Iberian lion and Almohad lanterns which were found on its grounds.