It is difficult to say what stands out first when you approach the palace. It is flanked by much less imposing buildings, which makes it stand out clearly. Is it the pink color of the facade? Or are the huge wooden balconies that stand on the sidewalk? It is said that these balconies are the most beautiful limes. It can not be argued that they have a particular richness of detail. There are filigree decorations in different types of wood, blinds with wooden bars, the beams that support the balconies are decorated with carvings. Between the balconies, a huge baroque stone portal with a white cap framed the entrance door. The many ornaments on the facade only become clear on closer inspection, and from a distance, the building looks particularly massive. And impressive, because in this building, the colonial carpenter and the carpenter with North African influence have come together to form a general image that represents the wealth and social status of an important family. Very different is the patio, which was executed in Sevillian style. The galleries flooded with light give lightness to the open space towards the sky. When looking at the building, the visitor involuntarily imagines the rich citizens watching from the balconies to the street or stopping in the protected courtyard in the shadow of the arches of the gallery.