Palace of Villamejor, Madrid
|Palace of Villamejor|
Native name |
Spanish: Palacio de Villamejor
|Coordinates||40°25′35″N 3°41′27″W / 40.426302°N 3.690776°WCoordinates: 40°25′35″N 3°41′27″W / 40.426302°N 3.690776°W|
|Official name: Palacio de Villamejor|
Location of Palace of Villamejor in Spain
The Palace of Villamejor (Spanish: Palacio de Villamejor) is a palace located in Madrid, Spain. The State purchased it in 1914 to serve as the seat of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, a role that it maintained until 1976, when Adolfo Suárez moved the institution and his official resience over to the Moncloa Complex. The palace now houses the offices of the Secretary of State for Public Administration. It was declared Bien de Interés Cultural in 2003.