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Abrucena is a Spanish municipality in the province of Almería, Andalusia. Is located on the northern slope of Sierra Nevada, in the county of Los Filabres-Taverns and 41 km. the provincial capital, Almería. In 2011 it had 1,391 inhabitants. Its surface area is 83.68 km ² and has a density of 16.62 inhabitants / km ².
AQUEDUCT OF HIGH ACEQUIA ABRUCENA
Ditch aqueduct built in masonry, with a vain formed as arch, which runs on the Acequia Alta.
BIG RAFT ABRUCENA
Balsa built in cement, quadrangular, about 35 m on a side and about 2 m deep. It is fed by water from Sierra Nevada through the so-called "ditch the big pond". It was originally constructed in earthen, later being restored with cement.
CASA DE LA CALLE DE LLANO QUEIPO No.3
Eclectic style building irregular quadrangular built in plastered masonry, on one level, with forward and Moorish tiles flat roof. It has a door on the main facade, not centered, segmented arch, like the vain, which is accessed by a small staircase. Vanos with sill bars with decoration shoulder and leads. Attached to the main facade there is a small trough of new construction.
CASA DE LA CALLE JUAN MARTINEZ No. 8
Building of eclectic style, two-storey quadrangular built in masonry plastered with Arabic roof eaves and flat roof launa. Presents arch spans with regularly distributed three in number by height. On the balconies, handrails with molded decoration on shelf leads.
CHAPEL OF SAN JOSE
Ermita plant drawer , built in plastered masonry. The first two thirds of the chapel have a pitched roof of red tile , while the last third has a hipped roof , also red tile . Attached to the left side a bell tower sharing quadrangular chapel with its first third wall rises , while twice her height. The facade is raised by a staircase , and framed by two pilasters and a cornice . A third pillar dividing the façade into two parts: the bell tower and the chapel . On the cornice rises , first the rest d ela bell tower , I caracterixZado a file a second ledge on the windows framed in false pilasters and arch housing the bells rise , topping the belfry height with a new ledge on which a half-sphere dome rises d . On the side of the chapel, on a triangular pediment cornice having a window with arch rises . The cover is framed by pilasters crowned by capitals that give way to a round arch . The interior of the chapel has a rectangular room whose side we pilasters and a span of arch to top of the left side , which communicates with the bell tower. Presents a cornice height that borders the first rectangular room . Above this cornice arrived at the roof, which is flat and is decorated with bas-relief . After this first room we found a staircase two steps , which leads to the altar at which we observe a glazed end wall and framed by two Ionic pilars niche and a lintel on a pediment crowned by a circular motif stands . Inside the niche is a floral ornament , being holy sculpture on a processional located between the altar and sculpture. The altar is surmounted by a dome mate.
CHAPEL OF THE HOUSE OF NUNS
Small chapel in a 3x8 m, with neo-Gothic reminiscences. False vaults. With two pointed windows in the end wall and curious shell-shaped roof over the altar. It is located inside a simple house convent.
CHAPEL OF THE SOULS OF ABRUCENA
Plant small chapel built in drawer plastered masonry height and one Arab-tile roof gable, on which a small cross appears forging. The main façade has a bay formed by a segmented arch that serves as the target.
It has a rectangular nave covered with a plaster ceiling that hides a simple weave, and is rectangular chapel closed by a blind oval dome on scallops. On the right side was added a few years ago nave and a chapel was made. The sturdy tower stands attached to the head and has a belfry with two semicircular bays on each side and covered with a hipped roof topped by a Gothic spire. The walls are of brick rafas and ribbons, and boxes of masonry.
COMFORT HOUSE AGUILERA
Housing irregular polygonal, plastered masonry built on two floors, with a flat roof and attic. Exterior railing topped by new construction. Flat bays with chamfered door, being made from the top floor railings for balconies decorated squares, leads and plant motifs.
DEPOSIT OF CLEARING
Argárico site that is completely covered by pine forest repopulation of the 70s of XX century.
DEPOSIT THE CASTILLEJO
Walled town of the Bronze Age and medieval castle or argárico important constructive evidence ranging from s. XI to XVI.
DON HOUSE EZEKIEL
Rectangular building of a plant built in masonry plastered with flat roof. Facade with segmented arch spans, while the left side lintels for reform. Presnta a fence on the right wing, sill shouldered on top with decoration and spiral leads. Enclosed space with acacias in front.
Walled town of Bronze Age or argárico. Located on a small hill in prolonging pidemonte mountainous, with strong strategic value wadi crossing it.
EL CARROQUERO II
Walled Iberian settlement.
FELIX SANCHEZ HOUSE
Eclectic home style quadrangular and two heights, built and plastered plastered masonry. Framed by brick pilasters plinth and the facade on which rests a decorated entablature peueño sawtooth. Divided into two parts by a small brick line. Segmented openings with brick lintels recerco on the right post. The arches, three in number per plant are arranged irregularly. The top floor has balconies with stone balustrade railing. Tops the building eaves Moorish tiles and flat roof launa.
Set of rectangular buildings and terraced plant, built in masonry metamorphic rock, flat deck launa. The main building, two floors, has a flagstone deck water. Main facade with flat bays arranged irregularly. A vain grna on cárcavo, this being built by a semicircular arch built in masonry. It has a small bucket excavated south d elas buildings.
HAZA CORTIJOS OF MOCHA AND DOGS LIE
Built farmhouse set in concrete, with flat roof and inclined slab launa. Have a structure of staggered row buckets.
HOUSE ENCARNACION AGUILERA
Eclectic accommodation, quadrangular, condos floors, built in masonry plastered with Arabic roof eaves and flat roof launa. Regularly lintelled number four height, with a segmented arc, some lintels for transformation. Door to staircase. Security bars on ground floor and shoulder decorated with squares railings on the balconies.
HOUSE OF LAZAROS
Eclectic quadrangular building, two floors, built in masonry plastered with Arabic roof eaves and flat roof. The door lintel, which is accessed by a small staircase, is a Recercada shoulder girdle with the key. Regular openings available in number of four high, with the ground floor lintels, with highlight on the key and segmented arch in the upper floor, recerco molding, with the two other central balconies and windows. They have grills on ground floor and parapet railing with spiral on top floor.
HOUSE OF PHARMACY
Polygonal building, two floors, plastered masonry made with in, with flat roof. The façade three blocks. The first bands with plinth and on the sides, which also topped the top. Divided into two sections, with openings framed by wide belts and segmented arches. The door is made of two sheets with reliefs and moldings, on a balcony on the upper body on consoles. The side spans, both above and below consist of windows, stone parapets pierced the lower and upper balustrade. All balconies with railings with shoulder. At the rear façade has a large vain to illuminate the interior. Inside there is a staircase that opens sideways to access the top floor.
LOWER HOUSE EAGLES
House irregular polygonal plan, two floors, built in masonry plastered with forward and flat roof slabs. The façade has a porch which leads to the gate makes entrance to the house, and on which there is a balcony with wrought iron railing. Other openings have irregular arrangement and lintel structure.
Walled town of Bronze Age or argárico.
Quadrangular building, built in mamposteía plastered, two-storey, flat deck launa. Presents a detached building height. On the main facade is the cárcavo, and before him the starter of the Acequia Jairola, giving both parties to Abrucena and Abla. Medium size bucket oval in the back, against which there is a caz that is divided into two, leading water towards the hub and to the divider.
Fully destroyed building, which is just a bucket of enormous dimensions of four bodies and 20 meters high, built of masonry, with whom there is a canal aqueduct consisting of a semicircular arch made of brick.