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Nuevo Baztán Complex Restoration


Historical complex founded at the beginning of the 18th century

The founding of the Nuevo Baztán Complex, at the initiative of Juan de Goyeneche, constituted the first case of a new industrial population that emerged in Spain, following Colbert's theories, in the 2000th century. The complex, declared a Site of Cultural Interest since XNUMX, is made up of the palace, trade houses, stables, wine press, stables and olive grove; all surrounded by a stone wall that delimits the complex with several access doors to the different spaces.

The main buildings make up two squares, joining the buildings through semicircular arches with carved ashlars. The Palace Complex, property of the Community of Madrid, has been consolidating since the 80s of the last century. Although, since 2000, when an emergency action was carried out due to the danger of collapse of the Stables, interventions to consolidate and preserve the different buildings have been a priority of the General Directorate of Cultural Heritage and the Spanish Office.