The Palacete Mayer (sometimes referred to as the Lima Mayer Palace) is a Portuguese eclectical residence situated in the civil parish of Santo António, municipality of Lisbon. In the 20th century, it was acquired by the Spanish government and became the Embassy of Spain in Portugal.
The project by Nicola Bigaglia, approved in 1899 (after its presentation to the municipal council of Lisbon) for Adolfo de Lima Mayer, began construction partially from existing funds. Bigaglia, an Italian architect who worked in Portugal at the turn of the century, situated the project along the Avenida da Liberdade.
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