Tower of Agüero de San Vicente in Toranzo
This is the first building belonging to the Agüero family in Toranzo. It is believed that it dates from the end of 17th century or beginning of 18th because of its aesthetics, although it can be appreciated that it was made with an archaic style. It has a square floor and three storeys. The main facade, in ashlar masonry, is east oriented. The access, a rounded arch with big keystones, is flanked by a threshold window and an arrow-hole, on the south facade.
It is a good example of stately architecture and has a coat of arms between lions, with a feathered helmet above.