The Vazquez de Molina Palace, additionally called the Palace of the Chains is a renaissance palace in Ubeda. It is considered to be one of the nice examples of the Renaissance architecture in Spain. The palace changed into constructed by using Juan Vazquez de Molina, nephew of Francisco de los Cobos, and secretary of State for Philip II. The venture turned into given to Andres de Vandelvira who built it between 1546 and 1565. After the loss of life of the proprietor the palace became a convent of Dominican nuns, and changed into made over to house the spiritual community.
The mural artwork inside the former bankruptcy residence can nonetheless be visible. In 1837, after the Ecclesiastical Confiscations of Mendizábal, the constructing have become the City corridor. The palace changed into designed as a quadrilateral with a two-storey courtyard. The façade has three storeys and is divided into seven vertical sections of different widths. Architectural functions of the primary facade consist of the crucial portal, the triangular pediments that cap the windows of the primary ground, the oval bull's-eye home windows and caryatids of the second one ground, the projecting cornice and the lanterns positioned on the corners of the roof.