San Andrés square

Orange trees and a fountain bring shade and freshness to this little square where the 16C Casa de la Luna is found, better known as the house of Fernán Pérez de Oliva. Notice the two strange corner windows of the house and appreciate the plateresque decor of the door topped by a shield and a sober casement window. To the left once more stands a Ferdinandine church, the Church of St Andrew, rebuilt in the 18C and an impressive brick tower.

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Address : 

pl. de San Andrés

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