Early 19th c.
Rúa Nova This three-floor building was designed by the architect Fernando Domínguez y Romay. The ground floor stands out because of its austere decoration based on a slight bolstering. The balconies with spiral-shaped iron railings stand out on the first floor. Above the cornice there is a triangular pediment on top of the Marquis of Santa Cruz's coat of arms.
'María Inmaculada' student residence.