39.- Chapel of las Alas in Avilés Funeral chapel attached to the church of the Franciscan Fathers which you can only access from the outside. through a passageway that links Ferrería street with the Camino de Santiago. It is a building that dates from 1346. with a square ground plan and a single free-standing façade. which is structured around a big pointed double arch doorway which presents human heads carved into the stone as decorative elements. On top of the doorway there is a small shield of the Alas family. The painting is finished with a cornice with corbels and eaves on the roof. All the building is made from stone blocks. On the inside there are five gravestones. four on the flooring itself and another which is perpendicular to the floor. On the side walls there are four tombs under the arcosolium. two to each side. The roof is ribbed and quadripartite.