A cultural treasure in Melilla
At the corner of Juan Carlos I avenue, we can see one of the architectural treasures of the city of Melilla, the Casa Melul. It’s the work of architect Enrique Nieto, a student of Gaudi.
The architectural culture of Melilla is considered, along with Barcelona, as one of the best exponents of the Spanish modernist style of the beginning of the 20th century.
A clear indicator of this style is the precious house that was built in 1915 by David Melul, who was born in Melilla and was known his patronage of all the cultural initiatives related with the city and with the Sephardic culture.