Palacio de las Aguas Corrientes

Palacio de las Aguas Corrientes

Keen players of Monopoly will know that Water Works is a pretty good buy at $150 but nothing to get excited about. BA’s poetically named Palace of Running Water, on the other hand, is a Park Place-level property. Inaugurated in 1894, this eclectic masterpiece is best known for its facade, which incorporates 300,000 ceramic tiles imported from Britain and Belgium.

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