Palacio Real de Riofrío

The Royal Palace of Riofrío (Spanish: Palacio Real de Riofrío) is a residence of the King of Spain in the municipality of San Ildefonso, in the province of Segovia, central Spain. It is set in a wooded deer-park.

Built on the orders of Isabella Farnese, the widow of Philip V of Spain, the Italian-style building was constructed in 1752. After the death of Isabella it was never inhabited by any of the kings of Spain, remaining as a hunting lodge.

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