Palace of the Marqueses de Cuevas de Velasco / Palace of the Condestables
16th and 17th-century rectangular baroque palace with two storeys. The front is made of ashlar and has a hipped roof with pinnacles. It is also called the Palacio de los Condestables.
The chapel of Santiago is attached to the palace. It has a Romanesque entrance and an image of the Apostle dressed as a pilgrim in a niche over a round arch between pilasters. Everything is fenced in by a double enclosure; the first one with embrasures, bevels and emblazoned windows and the second one with railings and pyramidal tips. The coat of arms of the Velasco family is situated on a Cruz de Santiago.
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- Early modern period
Condestables, 6. Espinosa de los Monteros. 09560 Burgos.
Tourist Office of Espinosa de los Monteros
C.I.T. Espinosa de los Monteros. 09560 Burgos.
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