Palace of the Verdugo
Strong house built at the end of the 15th century with a renaissance gate and a segmental arch with the shields of the Águila and Davila families and a window in the middle with plateresque ornamentation.
It has a bull or wild boar of Celtic origin, similar to those in Guisando. There used to be a Celtic wild boar on each of the towers that frame the palace and there are as many as seventeen shields of the Aguila and other families. Don Suero del Aguila, Lord of Monsalupe y La Serrada, was the founder.
- Civil engineering
- Predominant styles:
- Historical Period:
- Middle Ages, Early modern period
Lope Nuñez, s/n. Ávila. 05001 Ávila.
Telephone: 920 354 000 Extensión 472
Oficina de Turismo of Ávila
Avda. Madrid, 39. Ávila. 05001 Ávila.
Teléfono: 920 354 000 ext. 370 y 371
Fax: 920 254 200
Página Web: http://www.avilaturismo.com
Tourist Office Regional of Ávila
- Monday to saturday: 10:00 – 14:00 and 17:00 – 20:00
- Sundays and holidays: 10:00 – 14:00
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