PALACE OF THE MADRAZA. FORMER UNIVERSITY Koran.
Founded by the ancient Great Mosque of Yusuf I, in the mid-fourteenth century. There he gathered scholars and philosophers from different countries, theological and scientific studies.
It has a horseshoe arch and coffered ceiling roofs
He became the House of Councils, following the capture of the city, where is located the Town Hall. The baroque palace was built in the eighteenth century.
Opposite the palace of the Madrassa is the Cathedral and the Capilla Real, and in the vicinity Alcaicerķa with streets lined with shops. The cover is made of stone.