Old City Hall of Zamora
Zamora Old City Hall was the local administrative center up until the mid-twentieth century.
It was the Catholic Monarchs which, in 1476, gave the old City Hall building to the city of Zamora in recognition of its intervention during the Battle of Toro.
Zamora Old City Hall was completed in 1504 in the , although this construction took place at the end of the Gothic, it has some elements of the Plateresque style, like the two towers with warheads.
It now houses the Municipal Police offices.