Escudo de los García de Alcaraz
In front of the Plaza de la Bordadora, beginning the street of the Alamo and in the tower on the left, is the Coat of Arms of the García de Alcaraz family.
Its author is unknown, and it has a clear Renaissance affiliation. The family coat of arms is decorated with a garland of fruit, on either side of which are two tenant warriors dressed in Roman costume. The small figures that appear all around suggest a symbolic reading that has not yet been able to be properly interpreted.