Located in the Square of Holy Sunday (Plaza de Santo Domingo), we find the impressive building of the House of Cerdá.
This construction, work of the architect José Antonio Rodriguez Martínez, dates from the first half of the 20th century.
Of Eclectic style, emphasised by the high ionic columns of their facade and the tower which crowns the building.
Its it finished in white, green, and reddish tones which accentuates the singular character of this building, becoming a milestone and point of reference inside the plaza in which it is situated.
The execution of the project, and the subsequent construction of the building, were was given to the architect and President of the Chamber of Commerce of Murcia, D. Joaquín Cerdá Vidal.
Currently, the House Cerdá is one of the most noticeable buildings of the city.