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Casa Conde de la Cañada

Near the Tower Gardens is the mansion of the Count of La Cañada, the façade of which boasts two coats of arms carved in stone, one as a cornerstone and the other inserted as the keystone of the entrance. The central stone is related to the bloodlines of Rodriguez de Ledesma, Bedmar, Dávila and Salazar; the other is harder to place, and could be related to the Marquises of Torremejía.

The façade was declared a Spanish Cultural Heritage Site in 1992.