Palacio de Miranda

Palace built around a medieval tower to which various rooms and dependencies were added over the centuries.

The palatial building has a central body with two floors, the tower being arranged at one end. Inside it has a chapel that houses an image of the Virgen de la Oh. The coat of arms of the Osorio, Moscoso, Miranda and Castrillón family appears on the facade of the palace.

The enclosure is walled.

The main façade, open to the North, has a central street defined by the door, framed with ear moldings, on which a central balcony opens, finishing all this with a curved pediment in whose tympanum appears the shield crowned with scallop.

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