. The Spanish-American republics . t door and a second gate of open wrought-iron work, show-ing the first patio, or court-yard, a second and third patio accordingto requirements, a facade on the street, with iron gratings over thewindows, and marble facings and stucco ornaments on the walls.The building materials used are brick, iron, timber, stucco, tiles, andmarble. The courts are generally paved with marble, and, togetherwith the passages, have a dado of blue and white Talavera tiles orazulejos. Just as at Buenos Ay res, the richer the house the more fan-ciful the ornamentation of stucco, t
RM2CHTTKW. The Spanish-American republics . t door and a second gate of open wrought-iron work, show-ing the first patio, or court-yard, a second and third patio accordingto requirements, a facade on the street, with iron gratings over thewindows, and marble facings and stucco ornaments on the walls.The building materials used are brick, iron, timber, stucco, tiles, andmarble. The courts are generally paved with marble, and, togetherwith the passages, have a dado of blue and white Talavera tiles orazulejos. Just as at Buenos Ay res, the richer the house the more fan-ciful the ornamentation of stucco, t