Casa de los Alonso de Covián

An urban palace from the 16th century in which, according to tradition, Carlos V slept in 1517 when he landed in Tazones on his first trip to Spain. It has a small side garden. It is made up of a main body of three floors and a secondary one attached, lower, open to Calle Real with a corridor and glass gallery on the upper floor. The main façade has two access doors on the ground floor, with a loophole on the outer flank of each opening, while on the main floor there is a balcony with a cord ornament on which a shield is arranged inside a alfiz in ladder. On the upper floor, the corner window stands out, divided by a small column.


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