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Iturriza Mansion of 18th century

In the late 18th century, Admiral Iturriza ordered that the coat of arms seen today be added to the facade of both this house and to the one next to it.

It is a building with "gothic lot" plant typology, located between party walls, with rectangular plant and two-pitched roof with the roof ridge in parallel to the main facade, which is built in masonry with cut sandstone. Initially it was a ground floor and two heights, which were separated by borderers. Nevertheless, the right side has been significantly altered, so that the floors are displaced from their original height and holes are disrupted the borderers. In this part, on the ground floor, the holes are an access to a bar and upstairs, an access to the balconies of houses. The most interesting element is the coat of arms, with the word "Iturriza".

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