On Friday, National Geographic posted a photo of an ancient mansion in Mexico’s northern Guerrero state.
The house was built in the 18th century, and was preserved at the time of its construction.
The original owner, who died in the 1920s, sold the property to a local businessman in 2003.
It is now part of a public museum in the town of Palma de Mallorca, according to a statement on the museum’s website.
The mansion has a full-length porch, and is surrounded by gardens.
The Spanish word for “mansion” in Guerrero, a word often used in Spanish to refer to homes in rural areas, is palma.