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A. ERA FARMHOUSE PARRA
It was paved with mica-slate slabs, relatively elliptical and approximately 12 meters in diameter. Presents balate masonry on the west side.
Height reflects the diversity of La Alpujarra, from the sub-desert landscape of ravines and gullies in the lower zone to the pines and oaks of the Hill of Montenegro. But close up, white farmhouse appears lying riverside Birth, axis of life, and the Rock of the Queen as a link with prehistory and the ancient world. Closest are cultural references Peñón del Moro, the world of ancient Boloduy Hispano, or the Clock Tower, the newest symbol. Both elements are connected by a timeline that has been especially rich criteria. That historical memory is embodied in two different urban areas, high areas of the districts of the Mosque or Barranco, irregularly distributed, hidden streets and traditional eaves, which hark back to medieval past, and the middle and lower neighborhoods, linking with the Christian world until the nineteenth century, mining and grapes. Approaching revive Alboloduy is a special experience in time.
Alcozayar Path of PR-A 017
Before we start the journey, you should give us a walk through the narrow streets of Alboloduy. A typical Moorish architecture is preserved and beautiful spots to find Tinaos alpujarreños. Along the path, we can see that the vegetation changed, we find species such as albardín, esparto, daphne, false rosemary, asparagus, bowlines, brooms, lavenders, etc.. The presence of tamarisk, reeds and rushes, we betray the presence of nearby water. A few meters further we find the Balsica Salobre. It is a cocoon (corner) Nature in which we see small accumulations of salts forming the water tank. These properties sulphurous mineral waters, used by the residents for treating skin diseases. Evergreens abound here and bland alacraneras, indicator plants for high salinity in soils. From here we will see some ruins, and the people of Alboloduy and Peñón de la Reina. Reach an area with pine trees. We can divert to the left to go down the hill and up the aforementioned Rock (with Neolithic remains, in the sixth century BC) and the Cerro La Mula. But the PR A-17 continues to rise from this point to cross after a hillside below the Cerro de la Mula and join the sidewalk called Alcozayar. This well-marked path snaking down the hill through old furnaces plaster (lime kilns) to hit the road up to the municipal warehouse. From here back to the starting point on the road.
Alcubillas LAUNDRY OF A
Small rectangular building with a flat roof and eaves of slate. Home with threaded arch. Open to the promenade with a large arch. Piles of washing precast concrete. Along with the cover, with a running fountain trough appears, with four fat pipes.
ALJIBE BCO.DE THE SOULS
Water tank built of masonry and brick structure with elongated barrel vault.
Cistern barrel vault, about 9 feet long, built of masonry, with two lateral buttresses in access and small terraced pool, masonry also, in one of them. On the vault, two skylights appear. In the front one ventanon load reaches the ditch where they fulfilled this function appears.
Two-storey house with flat roof launa, slate eaves, small windows. Highlights a long passage thereunder, with masonry walls and ceiling hurdle on two levels. The house retains the traditional plate numbers.
Ana Mari Groceries
AQUEDUCT BCO. WOLF
Aqueduct single span of approximately 9 meters high, built of masonry, with brick voussoirs and jambs, separated from each other by small imposts of the same material, is part of the ditch Alta.
AQUEDUCT Rambla de GERGAL
Added the canal aqueduct, built in masonry, with a row of brick, possibly introduced in repairs. Great wall of increasing height that acts as steps to end up, where they share a set of six bays, also of increasing height as the bed depth increases. Some of the earliest (on episodic bed) added have abutments, whereas the higher, that support bed on paper, have skimmers. Openings are formed by arches with stone slab segments, some of which are somewhat lowered and number 3 pointed something. Number 1 has masonry remains, as number 6, has now been replaced by a lintel consists of two steel beams resting on a tube of the same material which acts as a conduit. The total length of approximately 100 meters
August 14, Alboloduy: Feast of San Roque
The festivities in honor of San Roque take place between 14 and 17 August with the processions of the Immaculate, Christ of Humility and the employer, plus parades heads, tape runs and sports competitions
Open every Sunday. We also have ice cream during the summer months
Birth of channeling water with small open pit that leads to a small semi-raft, rounded form. The water seems to be of a sulphurous nature, due to its unpleasant odor, characteristic of the sulfur derivatives, as well as the nature of the soil saline.
BANANA S. SQUARE JUAN
Large tree species and thickness of Platanus orientalis.
Barrios Mosque and Barranco. Penon del moro
On our journey through a rugged access, is the medieval district of La Mezquita, where the curious Anetillo shed is located, and the neighborhood of El Barranco also Muslim era. The ceramic plate is placed on the floor at the start of the climb to the neighborhood, so we then retrace our steps to continue the city tour. Also be accessed from here Moro Rock, on which the Hizán castillejo Alboloduy disappeared or was. Currently, besides the few remains of the military headquarters, remains part of the inner tank. The archaeological remains found in this settlement demonstrate the presence of an earlier Bronze Age and Roman times. Continuing our way down the street Mosque we will approach the base of Moro Rock.
Hill slope in mountainous extension, with strong strategic and visual value.
Butchery and sausage Baron
Café-Bar Luis Peña
Alpujarreña cuisine in a superb environment with the best service. Great variety at the best price.
Entapas specialty tapas route, specialty coffees, specializing in tapas and rations Mozarabic. Special Price for pilgrims on the road to Santiago Mozárabe.
CALERA DEL CERRO DE LA CAVE
Truncated conical fireplace, carved out of the field, with access from lower level, through small gallery also dug into the ground.
CALERA OF CAMPILLO
Calera masonry, cylindrical, with underground tunnel access to the combustion chamber: embovedada with recessed dome.
Alley stepped balate supported by stone of the Mosque Street, continuing under a traditional tinao, today renovated alley leading into the district of Barranco, where uptown to access after the Rock of Moro.
Carpentry Luis Guil
CASA C / DUKE 13
House flat roof. The façade is divided into two parts by a small projection, lies on top topped by an entablature consisting of architrave, molding, a plain frieze and cornice with two trim lines, including a succession of arches medium appears point. The distribution of the openings with segmented arch on the ground floor, is based on the presence of two windows on either side of the cover, which is not the most ornamental arch itself. Upstairs three balconies and lintels recercados by molding, finding the processed side windows, having been blinded at the bottom appear. In the center stands a large balcony with spiral grating having a large curved projection at mid-height.