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It goes from the Cathedral square to the exit of the city towards Las Mercedes. This denomination, according to Cioranescu, is not known with certainty from where it derives. Tradition seems to confirm that it was a so-called captain who lived on that street and ended up unjustly executed, hence the use of his name to erase the judicial error. This data according to Enrique Romeu Palazuelos is not confirmed, although it could also be the name of the founder of the chapel of San Sebasti n in the Cathedral, in the 16th century, Juan de Acevedo Vera.

At some point I received the name of Rear of the house of Casta n , which goes to the lagoons and where Juan Casta lived.

Enrique Rumeu describes of this street that towards the middle of the same one it was crumbling little by little, the one that was called the house of the spiders, where by the 18th century, according to Don Lope de la Guerra, comedies were celebrated and volatines.

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