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Colexio de San Xerome (School of St. Jerome)
17th c. The 'Colexio de San Xerome' was formerly the so-called 'Estudio Vello' (Old Study), established by Archbishop Fonseca...
Pazo de Raxoi
S. XVIII. Cerrando la Praza do Obradoiro y situado frente a la fachada oeste de la Catedral, se levanta este palacio, mandado...
Pazo de Xelmírez
12th c. Romanesque. This Bishop's Palace, attached to the north side of the Cathedral and facing Praza do Obradoiro, was commissioned...
Colexio de Fonseca
16th c. This school was commissioned by Archbishop Alonso de Fonseca, converting the house where he was born and which belonged...
San Clemente de Pasantes School
Founded in 1610 by Archbishop Juan de Sanclemente y Torquemada to teach theology, its name San Clemente de Pasantes refers to the fact that...
Convent, Church and School of As Orfas
17th c. Baroque In the street Rúa das Orfas we can see the church and school of the same name. Archbishop Juan de...
Seminario Menor (Minor Seminary)
20th c. This construction was built in the fifties. It is used as a school and pilgrims' shelter.
Former Hospital and Church of San Roque
HOSPITAL 16th c. At the top of Rúa das Rodas, where Rúa de San Roque begins, we can see this 16th-century building...
Casa da Conga
Early 18th c. Baroque. This baroque building was built to house the cathedral canons. It was originally designed by Domingo de...
Casa do Dean (House of the Dean)
Mid-18th c. It was built between 1747 and 1753 by Clemente Fernández Sarela. The most outstanding feature of the building's exterior is...
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