Sasiola Tower, Deba

Sasiola Tower

Art & Culture

Cultural Heritage

Sasiola Tower was built in the Middle Ages as a residence and fortress and still maintains some of its defensive features.

 

It is a rectangular-shaped building whose main façade is built completely in masonry. Likewise, it maintains some of the original pointed windows as well as some stone reinforcements where in past times a wooden corbel on the last floor of the tower rested against it and worked as a defensive element, which today does not exist.

 

In the 20th century the building was restored and converted into private dwellings.

Information of interest

Type of resources
Interesting buildings and structures
Monument type

Casa Torre

Address
Calle Osio (Arrabal de Maxpe) - 20820 Deba
Phone
E-mail
Artistic style
Gothic-Renaissance
Period
16th century

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