Architecture and Civil Art

Igartubeiti Farmhouse

  • Farmstead of the S XVI. Ancestral cider process. Ezkio-Itsaso.
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Sculpture: Itziar by Jorge Oteiza

  • This sculpture by Jorge Oteiza is made up of polyhedrons.

“Goruntz” Sculpture

  • Sculpture of José Ramón Anda, made of cast bronze.

Ezkio Cross

  • Ezkio has two crosses; this one is in the centre of the town next to Apaiztegi farmhouse.

“Askatasun Egarria” Mausoleum. 1981

  • In 1977, on the centenary of the return of Iparragirre from Uruguay, the Alvaro del Valle Lersundi Foundation arranged a contest between Basque artists to give Iparragirre  a tomb worthy of his memory.

Legazpi Town Hall

  • After the Segura exemption and with few financial resources, the people of Legazpi built their first Council Building

Korosti Cross

  • It was erected in "Auzolan" by order of Pope Leo XIII

Bikuña Palace

  • The home of the Bikuña, an important family of forgers and foundry owners.

Statue of Miguel López de Legazpi

  • A bronze statue on stone pedestal created ​​by sculptor Aniceto Marinas

“Pelotari” Sculpture

  • Sculpture of an iron figure on a stone pedestal, created by the Ondarroan sculptor Miguel Ángel Lertxundi.

Bust of Ignacio Busca Sagastizabal

  • Bust that lies at the foot of the buildings that have kept the name of this Mayor and composer from Zumarraga.

Municipal Cemetery

  • This piece of architecture is a novelty in the Basque Country as it is unique in having an underground crypt where there is a suitable place for the niches.

Historic Old Town (Medieval Town)

  • It is a rectangle that remains identifiable even today in the old part of the town, despite the changes and urban transformations.

Santa Lucia Pillory

  • The pillory was a device used by justice systems for the application of penalties

Uzcanga House

  • This building located next to the Town Hall has porticos at the bottom. On the main floor there are four rooms and a balcony.

Itarte House

  • Construction ending the row of buildings, with similar characteristics to Uzkanga House: hipped roof, ashlar in the corners, and rows of balconies.

Gurrutxaga Goikoa Farmhouse

  • ..Emblazoned House located in the neighbourhood of Soraitz.

Iparragirre Monument (1890)

  • Statue built in honor of the bard, the sculptor Francisco Font y Pons.

Aizpuru Farmhouse

  • Located in an intermediate position between the neighbourhoods of Soraitz and Aranburu, it is a rectangular Tower House with hipped roof.

Jauregi Haundia-House of Legazpi

  • The birthplace of Miguel Lopez de Legazpi, the colonizer of the Philippines

The cross of Mendiaraz

  • From the mid-sixteenth century, far from being a simple marker of territorial delimitation, it is a true work of art due to the careful sculptural work that it contains.

Mandubi-Zelaia Dolmen

  • This monument is located near the dolmens of Trikuaizti, and its excavation has yielded interesting data that is complementary to that already possessed about this megalithic area

Plaza Porticada (Portico Square)

  • It is undoubtedly one of the most outstanding examples of civil architecture in Zumarraga.

Town Hall Art Gallery

  • The pictures that can be seen today in the Meeting Room have been there since 1902, the date on which the Town Hall was renovated to suit its administrative functions.

“Baroikoa” Areizaga Palatial Residence

  • This palace was built in the seventeenth century by Felipe de Areizaga, whom Charles V granted the title of Baron.

Town Hall / Ipeñarrieta Palace

  • This palace was built by Ipeñarrieta Cristobal, the chief accountant and finance director of King Philip III in the early seventeenth century.

Residential Palace of Ipeñarrieta

  • Outside of the urban area of ​​the town, at the foot of Mount Irimo, is a rural palace: the residential palace of Ipeñarrieta that was built in 1605 by Cristóbal de Ipeñarrieta.

Aitzabaso Farmhouse

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