We are facing a house of four heights on the Paseo de los Arquillos built in the eighteenth century (Year 1.796) by Justo Antonio de Olaguibel and Nicolas Diez de Guemes. This consists of ground floor, first, second and attic with velux in the upper part in some rooms. This house that over the years housed different illustrious families of the city in its different floors still differentiated, today is a jewel that hopes to return it to a splendor as I enjoy in other past times. With perimeter walls of stone of great thickness, its internal wooden structure, staircase with skylight and decoration, take us to another previous time when we walk through it. The front shows us the south looking from its second floor and penthouse the mountains from its privileged location above the town hall and the Plaza de España. And on its opposite façade it shows us the Church of San Miguel Arcángel and Plaza del Machete already from its gallery.
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