Casa de Cultura

Traditional building, built between the 16th and 17th centuries according to the traditional urban housing canons of Asturias at that time. It has two floors, separated by a line of imposts, in which the lintel openings are regularly distributed, preceded on the upper floor by flown balconies with iron grills.

At present it houses the Muros de Nalón House of Culture, having reformed the structure of the building to adapt to that use, creating, for example, a large glazed attic, with a triangular finish, which sits on the main façade, which overlooks towards the Camino de Santiago.


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