The twenty windows open lights (five each canvas) are ogee arch and columns of the balustrade Renaissance give clear notes. Each courtyard, central windows lead eagles (no halos of holiness) holding real shields between yokes and make arrows. A run around the roof cresting borders, hiding, and is woven with minute truss arches with Mudejar style, crowned with floral decoration in the form of trefoils. The pinnacles or needles give greater height, saving the symmetry with the lower cloister.
Reason for disturbing it is the system warns gargoyles that serve the spillway water collected from the roof and that are foreign to the Gothic style. According to Professor Azcárate, implausible and bizarre forms belong to the romantic taste of the restoration of the last century, whose presence is confusing with the Hispano-Flemish style with which they have no relationship.