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Early 18th c. Baroque.
 
This baroque building was built to house the cathedral canons. It was originally designed by Domingo de Andrade, although its construction was completed in 1730 by Casas y Novoa. It closes the south side of Praza da Quintana. It is structured as a block of four houses with an attractive continuous porch joining the four buildings. Its style is very classicist in contrast to the 'Casa da Parra' situated at the top of the square. The house on the right presently houses the Galician Association of Architects. The rest is occupied by shops, restaurants, bars and cafeterias.

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Location
Rúa da Conga, Santiago de Compostela, 15704
Present use

Home of Galician Association of Architects and exhibition hall. Web: www.coag.es

Telephone
981 55 24 00
Observations

VISITABLE. Open: Monday-Friday: 11 am-1 pm and 7-9 pm.

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