“Palacio de Iturbide” (Palace of Iturbide) was the only palatial residence that was built on four levels during the colonial times. It has a baroque style, and it was constructed with the traditional combination of quarry and red volcanic rock that characterize downtown buildings of that dates.
The work was commissioned to the architect Francisco Guerrero y Torres, who worked between 1779 and 1785.
It is considered a masterpiece of civil architecture of that period.
This is my entry for thrusday doors at Norm’s blog.