Then & Now – Palacio de Borgellá

Then & Now – Palacio de Borgellá

Palacio de Borgellá was built in 1823 by Haitian Governor Gerónimo Borgellá. In the 1940’s The Palacío was the government seat. More history of the Palacio Borellá.

Palacio de Borgellá y Cárcel Real / Borgellá Palace and Royal Prison – 1890

Palacio de Borgellá y Cárcel Real CIRCA 1890
Palacio de Borgellá y Cárcel Real CIRCA 1890

Senado y Cámara de Diputados / Senate and Chamber of Deputies, Ciudad Trujillo, Calle Isabel la Catolicá in the 1940s.

Palacio de Borgella in the 1940s
Palacio de Borgella in the 1940s

The Palacio de Borgellá dated 2-19-2012.

Palacio de Borgellá
Palacio de Borgellá 2-19-2012

Palacio de Borgellá after the Colonial Zone Renovation with the gargoyles from the Cathedral located in front of the building. Picture is dated 6-16-2016.

Palacio de Borgellá has the gargoyles from the Cathedral in front dated 6-16-2016
Palacio de Borgellá has the gargoyles from the Cathedral in front dated 6-16-2016

Inteliperra is visiting the Palacio de Borgellá. The gargoyles are still in the front of the beautiful Colonial porch and arches dated 4-19-2020.

Palacio de Borgellá with the gargoyles and the beautiful Colonial porch and arches dated 4-19-2020
Palacio de Borgellá with the gargoyles and the beautiful Colonial porch and arches dated 4-19-2020

Some of the older pictures are from the FaceBook page Historia Dominicana en Gráficas
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