Text : Situated in the square of La Pedreira, it receives this name due to the activities the stonemasons of the city performed here. This ancestral home was built during the 17th and 18th centuries, and it is a wonderful example of the urban Baroque architecture. Today, it is used for exhibitions, conferences and concerts. The Pazo de Mugartegui has a facade with the shields of the Figueroa, Araújo, Miranda, and Quirós families, and, on the top of the building, a magnificent sun clock. Besides, the building also houses the Consejo Regulador del vino de la Denominación de Origen Rías Baixas (Regulating Board of Wine of the Rías Baixas)
Pazo de Mugartegui - Foto 1
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