The March Palace It is an excellent location for shootings with magnificent exterior and interior locations. Built between 1939 and 1944 by Juan March, this fantastic location covers an area of over 1,500 square metres. Situated between the Círculo Mallorquín building (present Parliament of the Balearics), the Calle Conquistador, the steps up to the Cathedral and the Calle Palau Reial. The building has a museum that holds temporary exhibitions and shows permanently the collection of contemporary sculptures that Bartolomé March had in the Torre Cega in Cala Rajada, with works by Henry Moore, Chillida, Rodin, Berrocal, Alfaro… The visit to the museum facilitates access to part of the palace and lets the public see the murals painted by Josep Maria Sert (Barcelona, 1874-1945) to decorate the arches of the main staircase and the music room. The Palau March has also a auditorium where concerts for chamber orchestras and contemporary music are held. More over there is a café that occupies part of the ground floor of the building. The library, with over 2000 manuscripts and 60,000 volumes of books and other publications.