The "pazos" are typical Galician manor houses, and this one is truly special: a Baroque palace built in the eighteenth century that marks a turning point in relation to its adjacent buildings. The Pazo de Vaamonde stands out for its beautiful arcades and the arches that support them, as well as for the great coat of arms on the façade. Inside, the glasswork on the inner door is something special, but the building is not open to visitors; just a chance to see the exterior, though, is well worth a stop. Interestingly, one of its sides is the Entrerrúas Alley, the narrowest street in Santiago.
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