Monterrey Palace of Salamanca
The Monterrey Palace is one of the greatest exponents of plateresque style in Spain. Situated in the heart of Salamanca it was built in 1539 by Don Alonso de Zuñiga Acevedo, 3rd Count of Monterrey, and Viceroy of Naples.
Since then it became one of the most representative works of the Spanish Renaissance. The palace has been declared a National Monument.
In this building are two original landscape paintings by the Valencian Jose de Ribera. They are dated 1639 and are the only examples of landscape in all of his work. Jason con el dragon by Salvatore Rosa is also housed here.
The interior can not be visited because it is a private property.