The Almudaina Palace, the official residence of King Juan Carlos, has been added to the list of royal country houses, cathedrals and monuments in Spain which can be seen in a virtual visit on internet through the portal arsvirtual.com of the Fundación Telefónica, which has been promoted by various entities such as the National Heritage Board. This is the second monument of Palma (the other is the Cathedral) which can now be seen in three dimensional images. The Almudaina Palace, once the home of the island's Moorish rulers, is used for official audiences and receptions by the King when he is in Majorca (Marivent Palace is used as a summer residence). Fernando Labad, vicepresident of the Fundación Telefónica, said that he was sure that anyone visiting the “virtual museum” would be encouraged to visit the building itself. He was accompanied by Alvaro Fernández Villaverde, president of the National Heritage Board, and the local authorities.

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