School of Arts and Crafts

Created in the XIX Century for the training of artists and crafstmen in the city of Toledo, it is, in itself, a work of art by its architect Arturo Melida.

The building was constructed on the old plot of the Franciscan convent, aesthetically matching the Monastery of San Juan de los Reyes, by the typically Toledo combination of brick and stone, without forgetting the fashionable materials such as iron and glass.

The decoration is related to the Catholic Monarchs through the enormous coat of arms made of glazed ceramics. It was necessary to enlarge the school, making use of the demolition of the old convent of Santa Ana, preserving the chapel, nowadays used as an events hall.

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