17 matches | Pazos / Manor houses
17th and 18th c.  During the reign of Elizabeth I of England (16th c.), thousands of Irish fled to the continent due to the queen's...
Mid-16th c. Renaissance.  All that is left of this Renaissance palace built by Rodrigo Gil de Hontañón is the first...
18th c.    This 18th-century building, made up of a ground floor and two upper floors, projects from the alignment of the...
Obra Pía de San Antón, a baroque “pazo” (country manor) with a chapel from the 17th century, was founded in 1671 by the...
18th c. Baroque.  This 18th-century civil building was designed according to the criteria of the baroque style. The coat of arms of the...
This is the best-known “pazo” in the municipality of Touro. It was founded at the beginning of the 18th century and features a chapel...
Pazo de Antequeira was built in the 17th century and recently restored; it features three sections, two wings and a suntrap in the middle, with a...
Mid-18th c. Baroque.  Urban palace designed by Clemente Fernández Sarela and built for the Marquis and Marquise of...
Built overlooking the canyon of the River Tinto, Pazo de Faramello makes up a spectacular natural and architectural setting. Its origin lies with...
Early 18th c. Baroque.  A palace designed by Domingo de Andrade that is a synthesis of the architect's ideal urban palace. The project...