Kantian philosophy regards time and space as the two fundamental categories that structure human experience. And since Michel Foucault’s suggestion that our time may be ‘the epoch of space’, we often imagine the neglect of space as a metaphorical “tool” in narrative theory has long been compensated. Yet there is still a whole world to discover. In this cloister walk spatial narratives are peeled off and piled up. This collection of spatial constructions, from the written word to the built environment, serves as an example for this palace, itself being a spatial narrative.