Pando (Ruiloba) - Pando (Ruiloba)
|• Autonomous communication||Cantabria|
|• Altitude||50 masl|
|Population||139 have. ( INE 2008 )|
Pando is a town in the municipality of Ruiloba ( Cantabria , Spain ). In 2008 it had a population of 139 inhabitants ( INE ). The town is located 50 meters above sea level , and 2 kilometers west of the municipal capital, La Iglesia .
Of its heritage, the convent of San José, belonging to the Order of the Discalced Carmelites, stands out . The building was built in 1877, in a baroque style with a classicist facade . The nuns that inhabit it are dedicated to decorating porcelain .
In addition, there is a hermitage in the town dedicated to San Roque . Moreover, the town is one of the municipality in which you can see a architecture traditional civil, with rows of houses with walls of masonry and masonry and balconies of wood painted that cross the facade between the two gables , as is typical of Cantabria .