Cropani palace is a palace located into La Merced neightbourhood in the city of Malaga, Spain. Its a property from late XVIII century which front of the building are facing Alamos street.
The front of the building architecture are a padded facade with balcony at first floor which have three big doors, and independent balconies for each access at the second floor. At interior of the building highlights its Andalusian courtyard and its marble upstairs. Coprani palace had first elevator in Malaga, setted up at beginnings of XX century.
It as residency of Cropani marquesses and after of marquesses of Cabeza de Vaca (Cow head) until it has been abandoned at 60s. It accomodate the Real PRofession Museum (museo de los Reales Oficios), in which collection of civil and religious embroidery were exhibit
– REFERENCE: Wikipedia: Palacio de Cropani