Narciso Pascual Colomer, also known as Narciso Pacual y Colomer, (1808 in
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– 15 June 1870 in Lisboa) was a Spanish architect. He was one of the most important of the reign of Isabella II, an exponent of the late Neoclassicism and historicist styles. He was a member of the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando along with Enrique María Repullés and Ricardo Velázquez Bosco. The majority of his works were in Madrid, such as the Palacio de las Cortes (1843–1850). This building is the seat of the Congress of Deputies (Spain), Congress of Deputies.


Neoclassical architects 1808 births 1870 deaths People from Madrid 19th-century Spanish architects {{Spain-architect-stub