Built at the end of the XV century. Its style is a transition between late Gothic and Renaissance.Commissioned by the Commander of Peñausende, Pedro de Ledesma. Known to the palace as “Casa de Sanabria”. Today it is the site of the Palacio del Justicia. The most significant is the off-centred door with semicircular arch and large keystones.Framed by a alfiz and in the spandrel there are two smooth shields and another cartel that is supported by two wild, naked individuals of different gender.The upper windows are the same except that on the left that has two semicircular, twin arches.The lower portion has more simple windows with central seams.
Artistic period: Gothic
Historic period: 16th century
Calle San Torcuato 7
49007 Zamora (Zamora)
Only the exterior of the monument can be visited.
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