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ALJIBE CAMPILLO Padules
Cistern barrel vault, something pointed, 7m in length, about built in masonry.
ALJIBE CORT. GOMEZ DEOGRACIAS
Small pit in masonry barrel vault recessed approximately 3 x 1.5 m., Attached to a small farmhouse, also masonry.
ALJIBE CORT. LOS ARCOS / GALACHAR
Cistern with a barrel vault, built of masonry and plaster.
ALJIBE CROSS CROSS
Humilladero stone made in the nineteenth century on the grounds of the Dominicans of Granada, off d ela population at a watering place and stop all pedestrians traveling between the High Alpujarra and the Campo de Dalias.
ALJIBE CTRA. THE RICAVERAL
Cistern, partially excavated, built in masonry, with a barrel vault. Presents a vain lintel, corresponding to the main entrance, where the water is collected, to the west appears another vain, of small dimensions. Collect the water in a small plain situated between the tank side of the ravine and other small ravine slope north.
ALJIBE FARMHOUSE OF FABA
Cistern built in stone masonry of the area covered by a barrel vault and door on one side, which is opposite the farmhouse.
ALJIBE FARMHOUSE OF J. AGUILAR
Vertical cylindrical structure cistern dug into the ground, topped by a dome. Masonry construction, of approximately 2 m outer section.
ALJIBE GLEN BANK
Masonry cistern, about 5m long by 3m wide and considerable depth, with a barrel vault. Stresses the size of the input. Located next to the farm of La Cañada Bank.
ALJIBE PAWN OF SALES BOB CAMINERO
Cistern of great depth in the ground and built in stone and brick. Recessed barrel vault. Castillete for water extraction with attached laundry pile. Well back to the water inlet.
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.
ALJIBE Rambla OF SOULS B.
Cistern dug into a hill next to the boardwalk. The entrance is built in concrete. The inside is constituted by natural rock, bleaching.
ALJIBE SALE OF BOB
Water tank built of masonry with lime mortar. Pointed barrel vault of 5 x 2 m., Approximately. At its eastern remains of an exempt structure troncopiramidal also masonry. Presents hole outdoor lighting.
ALJIBE SALE OF PEDRO AGUILERA
Large cistern built in masonry barrel vault. Measures approximately 15 by 2 m finding its whitewashed walls.
ALJIBE SUPPLY UP
Small half buried cistern built in masonry with lime mortar locked. Presents stilted vault that generates an appearance of pointing. A foot has small access opening.
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.
ALLEY OF THE DEAD
Paved road with metamorphic materials in front of the core towards the cemetery Abla
ALMANZOR STREET HOUSE # 19
Rectangular house, two floors, with flat roof and eaves tile. Presents plinth dark color, while the rest of the facade is bleached. The first floor has three flat bays, accommodating the central a wooden door and side windows paths, the paths being framed stoas moldings the same color as the base. These empty simulate a bow lowered. The second floor has three flat bays that accommodate two windows framed by moldings simulating segmental arch.
ALMANZOR STREET HOUSE # 29
House rectangular, two-storey, flat roof with cornice over shaped sawtooth. Presents the plastered facade and framed by a smooth strip and plinth. Highlight three flat bays at the first height, the central hosting a wooden door and two windows side. The three spans have top molding that frames and laterally. The two bays of the second floor are vertically aligned with the windows on the first floor, and are superior and laterally framed by moldings.
ALMANZOR STREET HOUSE # 31
House rectangular, two-storey, flat deck with upper cornice. Presents plinth dark color, the rest of the facade being bleached. The first level has three flat bays, accommodating the central a wooden door and a window to the left side, both above and laterally framed by molding with shoulder at its top center. The right is only openings framed by a band, hosting a wooden gate for access to the stables. The second floor has three flat bays, serving both the left and windows with small balconies, in addition paths that frame moldings top and side. The right vain hosts a "door" of wood, and is also framed by a molding.
ALMANZOR STREET HOUSE # 6
House rectangular, two-storey, flat roof on ledge with sawtooth. Presents plinth plaster, the rest of the facade being bleached. The first floor has four flat bays, staying right center a wooden door with bas and two swinging gates. The remaining windows with individual bays housed iron bars. All of these openings are framed laterally superior paths moldings yellow. Between the first and the second we find a horizontal yellow trim that stretches across the facade. The second floor has four bays that host lintels two windows with their balconies, small and forge, finding these openings framed by respective top and side moldings yellow.
ALMAZARA from Canillo
Mill that used to function, the driving force of the water. Today only retains cárcavo, which is covered with vegetación.En 60 was installed electricity.
Mill consists of a semi-detached buildings, rectangular, built of masonry, with pitched roofs of slabs, which formerly housed a mill. The covers are partially fallen.
Twelfth century Almohad building, adapted to Christian worship since 1505 as a chapel of Santiago and later chapel of Our Father Jesus Nazarene. It is the only peninsular Almohad whole, despite the time and suffered assaults, preserves the Oratory with its qibla and part of the decoration that now adorns the cover of the mihrab, constituting the most complete building all preserved from that time in our country. Declared a historic-artistic monument of national character since 1983. It is included in Munzer Road as part of the rich legacy Andalusi.
Alpujarreña parapet and architecture
In the back of the head of the church, just at the junction between the Quiet streets, and Church station, we found a small parapet or impasse. It is a manifestation of the intimate nature of the Moorish habitat, where a steep slope allows access to a small extension or closed square, social space converted into several dwellings. Although more recent constructions transformed hiding alpujarreña popular architecture, we can still find pristine white facades, pure volumes and terraos launa, along with a preferred orientation south looking precious and incomparable light. Urbanism shows an intricate design with steep streets, nostalgic memories of the old Hispano settlement.