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ALCANTARA STREET HOUSE # 12
Rectangular building, two floors, built and plastered masonry plastered with Arab-tile roof. The facade is divided into two parts by a band, featuring the cover centered, round arch framed by Tuscan pillars upon which rests an entablature point. A homepage is accessed via three steps stonework. Presents flat bays with bars on the ground floor sill.
ALCANTARA STREET HOUSE NO 16-18
Quadrangular building, three floors, built in masonry plastered with Arab-tile roof gable. Presents with recerco flat bays, highlighting the balconies, on brackets, on the first floor. These are protected by rail, in the case of located on the front and shoulder bars on the sides.
ALCANTARA STREET HOUSE NO 36-38
Building of eclectic style, rectangular, two-storey. The façade shows differences in treatment due to their membership of house. Is framed by low plinth and cornice supported by simple corbels. The openings are arranged regularly, in number five height. Downstairs emphasizes the cover right home, which, with segmented arch, has a strong shoulder in the key, being more open recerco at the base. The side to front grille have a rich parapet with ridge on top. The bays of the first floor, lintels, balconies are protected by railings. Are framed by Doric pilasters and curved pediment.
ALFEREZ STREET HOUSE # 2
Building eclectic style quadrangular, three heights, with Arab-tile roof gable on a body d eluces rises. The main façade has low plinth and cornice, entablature above. Displays cover of segmented arch located in central and similar to other vain decoration. The openings are five in number by height, and have wrought iron railings and handrails in parapet decorated with leads and coils.
ALFEREZ STREET HOUSE # 7
Building of eclectic style, quadrangular, three floors, built in stone and brick, plastered and plastered with Arab-tile roof gable. Presents with recerco flat bays and is divided into three sections by a ledge that extends under the balconies.
ANTONIO MILL COW
Mill also called Ripoll, his jump was prolonged by about 80 m to reach the necessary height. The cárcavo was perperdicular to the address of the system.
AQUEDUCT Rambla de SANTA LUCIA
Appreciable ditch aqueduct built in masonry dimensions. Describe a round arch with voussoirs in brick.
Avenida Manuel Salmerón
(XIX century). It becomes a basic path of urban expansion, as representative of the economic and social rise of the bourgeoisie enriched space, and still stands today as the main commercial artery. These extensions bourgeois houses become symbols of modernity, shaped by family homes of local dynasties, first two floors, and then increase to three, but always keeping the symmetry of a representative composition and facade. This facade becomes an ordering element of the new bourgeois city desired by local elites as an expression of their symbols and values, which implies the use of classicism and permanent aesthetic adornment, and the historicism and decorativism as languages \u200b\u200bexpressing the triumph of the bourgeoisie as a class. The houses on this street show overcoming the Moorish tradition and stately homes of the Old Regime by more modern bourgeois property, that increase your height to the three plants (more monumentality) which regularize their vain (arranged in parallel vertical axes to a rigid scheme of symmetry and uniformity, based on the compositional principles normalized by the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando) and adopting new ornamental moment (separation plant ledges, overhanging eaves, moldings, doors and windows recercamiento ... ). Bars arranged in windows and outdoor balconies sill, and the gates doorways and stair railings inside, they also become semantics of power and status symbol, replacing the value of heraldry in the Modern Age . Opened in 1857, originally called The Union Street, according to legend for having agreed to liberals and conservatives (Ibarra families and Jewel), then struggled to local power. Others say it served to access road communicating with Almeria La Alpujarra. Whatever the case, in 1918 it changed its name in memory of the famous writer Manuel Salmerón Local Pellón I spoiled in the flu epidemic.
Old Limekiln circular floor, built in masonry carbonate rock.
CAROLINAS STREET HOUSE # 6
Building large, irregularly polygonal, two-storey and basement, built in masonry plastered with Arab-tile roof. The main façade masonry plinth and entablature, cornice top. The openings are lintels, with regular arrangement, except the door occupying decentered place encontrádose recercados by a molding. Upstairs balconies are supported by brackets, being protected by railings, with the larger located on the door. Downstairs bars appear in prominence. Also has on its south side a large garden with a variety of species.
Casa de Don Lorenzo Gallardo
(XIX century). This building was built in the mid nineteenth century by the banker Lorenzo Gallardo Barrionuevo, founder of an important family line of politicians, businessmen and landowners. The Gallardo is one of the most important bloodlines virgitanos, whose origins date back to France, but appearing in Almeria land during the reign of the Catholic kings because of the War of Granada, and chivalry obtained thanks to the courage shown in the war against the Moors. In the eighteenth century are now fully installed in Berja as members of the local elite. The façade responds to a sober neoclassical model linked to the mid-nineteenth century, with a very symmetrical and orderly organization of voids. Stresses the glazed veranda with own modernist feel of the early twentieth century, and the lamp that lit the entrance, important in a population still lacked streetlights. This enclosed on three sides by a cantilever structure and glazed windows, gazebo is a key element in the architecture of bourgeois nineteenth housing. Lets see without being seen, sociability project into the street, while maintaining family privacy through the use of curtains. But the most spectacular feature of the house is visible from the next Square of San Pedro. It is the monumental courtyard roof lights with a metal frame with colored glass, now badly damaged. After visiting this property we retrace our steps to the Placetilla Nuns to continue the route marked with the footprints on the floor.
CASA DE LA CALLE GOYA No. 15
Rectangular building, three floors, built in masonry plastered with Arab-tile roof hipped eaves and wooden canes, presenting new bill socket. The openings are lintels, and a regular arrangement, number three height. Presents Central double door which is accessed via three steps are ashlar being protected side windows with bars on shoulder. In the plant protected by railings plimera forging, underscoring the central, larger, which is supported by brackets of the same material displayed balconies. The top floor has small openings that runs correspond to grain storage chambers.
CASA DE LA CALLE GOYA No. 17
Quadrangular building, three floors, built and plastered masonry plastered with Arab-tile roof gable .. Presents framed facade plinth and cornice. It is divided into three sections by a small ledge. The cover is simple and is decorated similarly to other d elos vain, and these lintels and recercados by a band surmounted by architrave makes overalls. It comes in two body number. Downstairs a vain appears with bars on the second shoulder and decorated wrought iron railings lead and spirals.
CASA DE LA CALLE GOYA No. 19
Building eclectic style quadrangular, and built in plastered plastered masonry. Preenta framed by socket, fake stones and trim upper entablature with architrave-frieze decorated with triangles and semicircles cornice and facade. It is divided into two parts by a ledge that extends on the shelves of the balconies. Presents simple cover, located on the left side, segmented arch with recerco and highlight on key, in which the CM initials appear. Upstairs there are three segmented arched balconies and highlight on key, where a bust of the woman leaning on pillars and decoration recerco first body appears colored marble, with these,.
CASA DE LA CALLE GOYA No. 34
Rectangular building with a gabled roof tile in Arabic. The façade has three separate platabanda bodies, which also falls laterally, except on the ground floor, where he presents false stones. The bays, all lintels, have some irregularity in size and arrangement, possibly due in part to successive reforms. The cover is framed by pilasters and cornice where the central balcony which is protected by wrought iron railing and supported by brackets of the same material rests. This span is also framed by pilasters and a midpoint in the tympanum coat of arms, Zapata-Pimentel, original owners of the home is located. Also highlights the left balcony framed by pilasters, simple entablature crowned by cornice supported by mensulillas, this balcony is closed shouldered grille. The third body corresponds to a gallery of six bays, paired central and left, all being framed by pilasters. A moldurilla, for architrave, gives way after a plain frieze at the cornice.
CASA DE LA CALLE GOYA No. 38
Eclectic building, quadrangular, three floors, built in plastered masonry. The main facade is framed by ashlar plinth and top-entablature with architrave trim, plain frieze and cornice. It is divided into three sections by a small ledge. Displays cover in the center, with similar decoration vain d elos rest. These are distributed lintels and are three in number by height, yse are recercados by a molding.
One of the few burial caves Middle Final Neolithic known in the Shire.
CAVE OF THE FIG TREE
Prehistoric and medieval. Large cave inhabited at different times, although buried deposits on the northern hillside of Thomas Meina.
CERRO DE BALSAPLATA
One of the largest necropolis of the Bronze Age in the Shire, with similar to that of Los Millares graves.
CERRO DE TOMAS meina
Final Neolithic settlement (Culture of Almería) and the Copper Age defensive character. Includes Cueva de la Higuera open the NW side of its slopes and a Roman quarry and the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
CERVANTES PLATANOS RIDE
Set centenary plane trees on the fringe nature of the ride.
CHAPEL OF MERCY
It has a rectangular nave of small proportions with a barrel vault and hipped roof. At the foot of the door, arch moldings and the impost is opened. Above the door the old belfry is located. The tower, which rises at the foot of the nave, is a prismatic volume with an arch on each side and hipped roof.
Chiclana STREET HOUSE NO 11-13
Rectangular building, three floors, built in solid brick masonry and plastered with Arab-tile roof gable. Displays cover adintelada not centered, framed with ashlar stonework. The rest of the windows are also lintels, encuentrándose recercados. Stresses the locksmith, with bars on the ground floor, balcony on brackets, decorated with tracery, and handrails in the second.
Chiclana STREET HOUSE, No. 10
Quadrangular building, three floors, built in masonry plastered with Arab-tile roof gable. Presents lintelled number five in height and centered simple cover.
Chorreón MILL OR JOSE FERNANDEZ
Presents staggered cube about 5 m; small grinding room only 9 square m; jump over three unequal arches giving access to store and mill in the trell M Oliveros. Your cárcavo is 1.25 m high and 1.5 m wide. At his side was preserved until the sixties of the twentieth century, a mill moved by Waters Capileira, ie the sources of Higuera, of Hackberry and The Rosalillos together.