Pazo y Convento de Vistalegre

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Of all the pazos in Vilagarcía, the one in Vistalegre is the only one that has been declared a Historic-Artistic Monument. The building has its roots in the very foundation of Vilagarcía.

Pazo of Rubiáns

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To understand the importance of Rubiáns we have to go back in time, to the 14th century, when the war of succession between Enrique de Trastámara and his stepbrother Pedro for the Crown of Castile opened up new possibilities for an emerging class: the nobility.

Pazo of Golpelleira

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Always dominating a vast territory, it was not in vain listed as "quinta" in different ancient planes, today A Golpelleira is a sumptuous residence that serves as a stage for the most varied events.

Pazo of O Rial

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O Rial is, without a doubt, the most important of the pazos located in Vilaxoán. Its image is clearly reminiscent of its neighbour in Sobran: a large house flanked by two towers.

Pazo of Sobrán

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It suffered its destruction in the last third of the 15th century at the hands of the Holy Brotherhood, the second of the Iranian revolts.

Pazo of Pardiñas

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Dated initially in the sixteenth century and then very reformed in the eighteenth, the Pardiñas is the counterpoint to the other two existing pazos in Vilaxoán: Sobrán and O Rial.

Pazo of Rúa Nova

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Closely related to the writer Ramón María del Valle Inclán, the pazo of Rúa Nova is located between the parishes of Sobrán (Vilagarcía) and András (Vilanova).

Parochial Church of Carril

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The church of Carril is dedicated to Santiago Apóstol and not by chance, taking into account the ancient relationship of the fishing village with Compostela, which was its port.

Santa Eulalia de Arealonga Church

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Baroque style, was built in the late seventeenth century, on a chapel or church whose origin is unknown. The parish itself is very old, in fact it appears in a document from 1142.

San Martín De Sobrán Church

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It is one of the most beautiful manifestations of Romanesque art in Galicia and also in Spain. Most studies place it chronologically in the twelfth century."
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