Concepción Yáñez School
School built in 1935, thanks to the financial donations of Rogelio García Yáñez, an emigrant who made his fortune in Argentina.
Located in Freás de Eiras, the town where the benefactor came from, it would bear the name of his mother, Concepción Yáñez.
It is a unique building in the Ourense territory, as it is one of the few examples of Indian architecture in this province.
On the main facade, with a great decorative simplicity, it stands out for a triangular pediment and a hipped roof, to the school is accessed by a large staircase.