Palacio de Los Valdés

An urban palace that emerged from a medieval tower, having been successively expanded in the 16th and 20th centuries. It has a rectangular plan and a four-sided roof, highlighting the old medieval tower in height. The main façade, with three levels, has a large wooden corridor on the upper floor, while the openings and balconies are regularly distributed on the lower floors, with stone ashlar frames, while the rest of the façade is made of masonry. plastered. Flanked by the central window on the first floor are two shields, partly covered by the wooden corridor on the upper floor.


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