Vázquez de Molina Square, situated in Úbeda, in the Autonomous Region of Andalusia, is one of the best examples of Renaissance architecture in Spain. The Spanish Renaissance architectural value of this square was one of the motives for UNESCO's decision to declare Úbeda a World Heritage site in July 2003.
Prominent buildings in this square are:
Deán Ortega Palace: a Renaissance palace designed by the Spanish architect Andrés de Vandelvira in the 16th century. Presently, it is a Parador hotel, one of the oldest in Spain.
Address 6 Plaza de Vázquez de Molina, Úbeda 23400, Spain
Coordinates 38°0'27.795" N -3°22'4.587" E