Escuelas de Soto de Luiña

Building built in the 1920s, with an elongated plan that widens at the ends, configuring a kind of single-height H plan.

The main front, towards the Camino de Santiago, shows a continuous succession of openings, couplets and a semicircular arch at the ends, and wider and with a lowered arch, in the central part of the construction. In the middle of the façade, there is an undecorated shield and, above it, a Baroque style pediment, with an oculus in the center and finished off in a triangular pediment with three ball pinnacles on top.

On the two short sides of the building, preceded by two covered porticoes, the entrances to the building are opened.


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