The Santa Cruz Palace is a historic building in the center of Madrid on the square of the same name, built in the Baroque style by the architect Juan Gomez de Mora in 1620-1640. Originally used as a courthouse and a prison for noble criminals, later in 1767 it was rebuilt into a palace and got its current name in honor of the nearby Church of the Holy Cross. Currently, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of Spain is located in the palace of Santa Cruz.


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