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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.
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.
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 Number 1 has masonry remains, as number 6, has now been replaced by a lintel consists of two steel beams resting on a tube of the same material which acts as a conduit.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
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.
Hill slope in mountainous extension, with strong strategic and visual value.
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.
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.
CASA DE LOS RIOS BROTHERS
Building fronting three streets, with flat roof. Main facade framed by pilasters and entablature false side on top with molding, architrave, plain frieze and cornice of Arabic tiles, with small molding underneath. Facteura new socket to the foot. The facade principalpresenta two separated by a molding that extends on the ledge of the balcony bodies. Openings with segmented arch are recercados by platabandas, appearing highlighted on the second floor, where the central balcony reaches higher than the side key. Downstairs has overalls and highlight bars at top. Upstairs Railing spirals appear intertwined pointed arches and spirals.
CERRO DE LA ERA OLD
It was circular paved with local stone slab, with a diameter of 13 meters. Located next to a small stone farmhouse-corraliza view.
Powerful caz masonry supplies the mill Francisco Leon, today cut for easy access to the town from the promenade, so it has an underground siphon.
CHAPEL OF STO. CHRIST
It is rectangular, with nave with barrel vault and chapel square plan, with blind arches on the sides and dome on scallops. A strap iron locked to the walls of the chapel. The chapel behind the altar of Christ, also square and dome opens. At the foot of the epistle side has a small domed room that makes the job of storage, although it was before the sacristy. These domes appear trasdosadas abroad and the ship is covered with a gabled brick. The facade is topped by a simple belfry and the door has an opening with a round arch. At the ends of the facade buttresses are also situated in the side walls are located. The entire exterior is whitewashed walls must be masonry. According Matarín Guil "are of earth and stones."
CITY HALL PLAZA
Rectangular square where the Town Hall is located and set conformaun appreciable housing S: XVIII-XIX.
City of Alboloduy
The Town Hall Square is a key element in the urban structure, settling in an area of \u200b\u200bgrowth in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Here the Town Hall, built in 1902 and demolished late last century, although respecting the original facade, according to the historicist style of bourgeois homes of the moment, which highlights the classicism in the distribution of voids, the use of ranks I arch, the two storey framed by a strengthening in false stones at the ends, and the cover feature Mediterranean flat. Our walk continued down the street Muriana, in a corner of the square, to continue towards Piazza San Roque.
Tower located on prominent point, to be perceived by most people. Quadrangular plant with small chamfers on the corners, cornice moldings. Upper platform surrounded by iron railing with drawing on a vertical axis passing through a set of three overlapping bells, half-sphere settles, the whole is surmounted by a metal spire, decorated at its base by watermarks and topped by a ball and weathervane rooster and banner. The clock is located on the south side, under the same balconcillo appears with a small railing for maintenance.
CONJ. ARQUIT. OF THE STO. CHRIST
Humble dwellings set in winding streets, located at the foot of Mt. Gates appear at certain points, to control the avenues of ravines that run between the houses.
CUEVAS PEÑON QUEEN
Natural caves in carbonate massif of varying depth, with large access lobbies. Some of them appear closed by masonry wall, for housing and corralon.
CYPRESS MILL LOLA
Cypress sempervirens tall and highlight landscape.
Cerro in mountainous extension with defensive value over the growing area.
Circular was approximately 4 meters diameter. Paved with large slabs very tight together. Has a rim, slightly raised above the floor slab, placed in a vertical arrangement.