Casa Consistorial - Jamilena
Its construction dates from 1887, according to the project of Jaén-based architect Justino Flórez Llamas. It was built on the sites previously occupied by the prison, the Town Hall houses and a bread oven, which had to be demolished so that the site where the new Town Hall was to be built would be larger. Since then, the municipal offices and the law courts have been located here. This municipal building underwent several renovations and modifications in the late 1960s. The most recent renovation was completed in 2020.
Located in Plaza de la Constitución.