Palacio Los Serrano

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Built in Renaissance style in 1557, he belonged to the councilor Pedro Alvarez Serrano. Executed in ashlar granite, it has three heights, made ​​anomalous in the city. The main entrance lintel, oriented projection, is framed by fluted Corinthian pilasters and smooth architrave, on which two lateral escusones, flameros crowned with family crests flanking a central medallion are. Inside highlights the lintel courtyard, the only remaining two bays. It was renovated Cultural Center Caja de Ávila.
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