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ALJIBE BCO.DE THE SOULS
Water tank built of masonry and brick structure with elongated barrel vault.
ALJIBE CAMPILLO Padules
Cistern barrel vault, something pointed, 7m in length, about built in masonry.
ALJIBE PAYMENT OF FERRIS WHEEL OR BOQUERON
Livestock medieval cistern medium (3 x 7 m), characteristic of the Shire.
ALJIBE Rambla OF SOULS
Remains of a small water tank, excavated, built in masonry, with a barrel vault and arch at the entrance. The dome and the arch are alfahar brick. Collected the water through a channel.
Cistern of approximately 15m long and 2.5 m high, covered by a barrel vault. Done in masonry with lime mortar. The center has a round arch. The entrance is located on the right side, entering the water at the center of the left side.
CANYON RESERVOIR OF THE BUSH
Cistern barrel vault of nine meters in length, approximately. Masonry construction. Collect water from two ravines that cut through dikes, also masonry. Precede the inlet and two decanters desvaste grille, complemented by a fine grid.
GLEN ALJIBE BARJALI
Half buried cistern with a barrel vault, about 10 m. long, built in masonry buttresses on either side of the end wall and mouth, which is located in a small gallows, next to a small watering hole appears.
HOYA ALJIBE EXTREMERA
Water tank built of masonry with lime mortar. One of the many medieval cisterns farmers call Alpujarra Baja, along with Lucainena Campillo, the Cistern Arc and others, now partially reformed by environmental stewardship.
OLD RESERVOIR HILL
Water tank built of masonry, with a barrel vault about 10 feet long, with side buttresses and gable end wall. Castillete access laterally displaced with vain lintel, which cuts the vault. Pool and trough in output. Small grid desvaste vain for water inlet and a vertical, of similar size, lighting, over the former.
Rectangular tank, built in masonry mortar. About 10 m in length by 3 wide, your deck is built like a barrel vault.
Semienterado cistern built in masonry with lime mortar, with a barrel vault. At one end of the dome side, presents the gateway and extraction, while receiving water for both front ends. In the corresponding north end has a small settling tank, while the eastern side, a longitudinal trough and another rectangular carved limestone block appears.
Half buried cistern built in mica-slate masonry with lime mortar. Barrel vault, 7.30 meters long, quadrangular aproximadamente.Presenta lantern on top. Access by stairs and hardwood homer vain. Water entry through the headwall rectangular vain. Presents, attached to the left side of the face in a circular trough, carved in stone mica-slate.
RESERVOIR OF BENEJI
Cistern of medium size, about 3 m long and 2 wide, built in masonry carbonate rock and covered by a dome, the same material, half barrel.
RESERVOIR OF CAMPILLO
Very destroyed medieval cistern that was part of the royal glen Gador. Along the same newly built another tank appears a headframe with barrel vault on one side and two Sediment.
RESERVOIR OF Chanata
Large cistern built in masonry with local stone, with a barrel vault and double headframe for access.
RESERVOIR OF CHURRIPAMPO
Half buried cistern built in masonry, with piedrad and mica-slate in the area. From barrel vault 6 x 1.60 meters plant, approximately. Presented to the left, a buttress that hosts a small watering hole.
RESERVOIR OF FABRIQUILLA
One of the typical livestock wells in the region, with the Half-submerged dome and curious engravings on its walls.
RESERVOIR OF FRIARS
Rectangular cistern built in masonry, 2.5 m wide. It lies half buried and has a cover formed by a segmental arch.
RESERVOIR OF GILES
Typical mountain cistern alpujarreño rate, reinforcing brace and from ancient sunken vault.
RESERVOIR OF HAZA PEREA
Cistern barrel vault, half buried, built in masonry, with side buttresses in the manhole. Small Pool masonry at the entrance. CGRFA rear patio. Plastered inside, has a solid staircase cleaning.
RESERVOIR OF HILAS
Small livestock water tanks (2 x 4 m) that was also used to keep the population of this medieval farmstead. It is an example of this type of construction, not be given importance that are being destroyed.
RESERVOIR OF HONDO CAMPILLO
Half buried cistern with a barrel vault, shot partially formed by masonry, with lantern top and rear cargo Ventano; vain lintel by a large slab of mica-slate, on which, it seems, a filling of mortar. Sendas pools on either side of the entrance.
RESERVOIR OF PENS
Major livestock water tank, built according to traditional techniques, although with new concrete vault partially covered stone. Collect water from the ditch slope by driving. Upon departure, presents a small pylon for watering livestock.
RESERVOIR OF THE CANTINA
Large cistern cut into the rock with masonry castillete access, laundry and watering hole in the left side of the rock
RESERVOIR OF THE WATCHTOWER
Water tank built of masonry, about 8 x 25 x 1.75 meters, flat roof, roof olive sticks and canes. Access via a vain lintel. Pool, also in masonry alongside. Charging via groove reaches a little vain located in the rear. Enfoscado inner concrete.