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Candamo (Asturian: Candamu) is a municipality in the Autonomous Community of the Principality of Asturias, Spain. It is bordered on the east by Las Regueras, on the south by Grado, on the north by Illas, Castrillón and Soto del Barco, and on the west by Pravia and Salas.
Around Candamo and specially on the shores of the Rio Nalon many paleolithic artifacts have been found. The first documentations about Candamo are from the 11th century and was found in an Monasterys Archive.Left: the coat of arms from Grado.
Right: a symbol for the boards, Don Pelayo used, to build a bridge over the river, to cross with his soldiers.
El palacio de Valdés Bazán, from 17th century
La casa de la Torre,
El palacio de Cañedo
El palacio de los Casares in San Tirso