Casa-pazo dos Fonseca

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Mid-16th c. Renaissance.

All that is left of this Renaissance palace built by Rodrigo Gil de Hontañón is the first section formed by four Renaissance arches on the ground floor. Overhanging the unions of the arches there are medallions representing, from left to right, Pierres, Lucretia and Paris. At both ends there are also two Tritons holding shields with the coat of arms of the Fonseca family.

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Rúa de Tras-Salomé, s/n.
Present use

Private property.



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