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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.
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.
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 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 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.
BOWER OF LAUNDRY S ª ANA
Set of laundry and raft of significant dimensions. Covered and open through arches.
BUILDING LABORERS ALJIBE CAMIN.
Cistern of about 12 x 2 meters, dug into the ground. Built of stone and brick alfahar, flat roof, at ground level, and stand for the collection of water shaped gallows with a hipped roof, with small tuft of stone.
CAPTAIN SANCHEZ RESERVOIR
Excavated cistern, covered almost entirely, having a remarkable front headframe, bleached, for the extraction of water.
CASTLE ALJIBE FIÑANA
Large tank, comprising a ship of 7 m. long and 2 m wide. Made of stone slabs and covered with the same material vault.
Cistern of the Gregorios
Both the town of birth as Las Tres Villas, in the middle stretch of the river Nacimiento, preserve important vestiges of the different cultures that have inhabited this area since prehistoric times. Along with the generic aspects related to the type of settlement, agricultural landscape and features of your planning, stands out as the unique element of Cortijo Los Gregorios cistern. Located southeast of the core of María, a little more than 1 km downstream of the river, this element Built in solid masonry barrel vault is located, can be considered as representative of the finest medieval buildings of this type.
Cisterns Medievas Villavieja
Medieval existing cisterns within Campus Villavieja constitute a representative sample of what were the systems, and public storage facilities and water distribution in the traditional settlements. The cisterns will form a key for the use of water from the base population. These simple and efficient facilities put us in touch with the past of the ancient city and its operation. These are public buildings of simple construction, but of great strength which has allowed them to survive over the years. The population has always valued its meaning and should be considered as such.
DONA MARIA LAUNDRY
Laundry room with built in masonry plaster, plaster and whitewashed, with sloping tile, inside which a central channel to cover the sides of a total of 12 batteries for washing has arranged.
EL Pilarico OF RAGOL
Source frontal pyramidal and rectangular pillar that acts as a watering hole, the whole made of stone.
FARMHOUSE ALJIBE STA. BARBARA
Curious cistern high on the ground, with a barrel vault, built in masonry. It presents both sides of the front, raised curious finials.
FARMHOUSE FERRIS WHEEL WELL OF MIURA
Deep circular pit, built with brick alfahar presents hand-operated wood and iron for water extraction. Cloudy with newly built house.
FARMHOUSE PINE RESERVOIR
Small water tower on the ground, built in masonry.
Building a plant in the corner with two symmetrical wings. Home chamfer round arch on cylindrical columns. Rectangular flat bays and cornice and corbels undulating pediment on the chamfer. Laundry inside without historical value lies in a wing and market transformation in the other. Inside you will find large collection pond waters.