Conjunto de A Casúa

Set consisting of a large house, its attached chapel and a large cabin.

The house, belonging to the Pérez de Castropol family, has the coat of arms of this lineage on the façade; It has a quadrangular plan and double height, having several access doors, on one of which appears the inscription “Year of / 1705”, and in other solar symbols.

In this house lived María Rosa Pérez Castropol, known as La Searila, born here in 1814 and the protagonist of the work “Elegy to the dead beloved”, a poem written by Antonio Cuervo y Castrillón in homage to his wife, who died in 1836.


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