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Casa del Cordón, Vitoria-Gasteiz

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  • House tower that goes rather unnoticed in the Middle Street cutlery from the historical center of the city. With a long history behind them now is the improvement Foundation headquarters, but in opening hours you can visit, including with the starry vault room. On the front you can see a string around the door.
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  • Very curious and quick to see, in the tapas area, reflects the customs of the medieval culture of Vitoria. It is worth for the curious thing about the environment, it is within an office running while you visit, don't forget to leave a few coins for the maintenance of the place! Not will it miss it.
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  • It seems that it belonged to a family of converted Jews to demonstrate how good Christians who were surrounded the main Arch of the façade with the cord of St. Francis (hence the name of the building). Attention to the small door which is under the coat of arms of the Catholic monarchs. Seems that the owner of the House (man powerful and rich dealer) tired of that you Shino calling you "Jew" made a door especially low for all those that would like to do business with he had that Crouch is for enter, a form of that you reverence of a form forced.
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