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BARRIO ALTO DE LA VIRGEN DEL CARMEN
Set of traditional dwellings, rectangularr plant, one and two floors, plastered masonry built with flat roofs.
ERMITA DEL CARMEN
The Chapel of Chico River has its origin in a hermitage of small dimensions. Its original design was a rectangular nave been reduced in size, covered with a hipped roof, beneath which lies the main gate. The tower, attached to the head, was composed of two parts, separated by a cornice placed at the same height as the small forward of the ship. The belfry means bay had a point and a hipped roof topped by a simple cross of iron forge. The interior consisted of a single space where the altar appeared delimited by a slight rise from the ground. This space is covered with a barrel vault encamonada with lunettes, divided into four sections, separated by arches. After the header the chapel of the Virgin stands and on the side of the epistle was added a ship. Also in the head two arches that give access to the baptismal font were opened. The facade has an atrium with three arches on columns.
Building large, rectangular, built of plastered masonry, with flat roof.
Set of traditional homes, quadrangular, one and two floors, built in carbonate rock masonry with flat roof.
Small facilities in the valley, near the river's course, so were affected by changes in this, especially for the great flood of 1973. It was always small, why the immediate bridge was known as La Molineta. In 1925 no grinding. Rectangular building, a tall, built in masonry plastered flat deck launa. It consists of a cube which is then divided into two cárcavos constituted as arch.
MILL RIVER CHICO
Like a poor rural farmhouse wedged in the narrow valley of Little River facility. Rectangular building, two floors, built in masonry plastered with flat cover launa. It consists of a bucket and a cárcavo shaped arch.
SKID ROW OF THE VIRGIN OF CARMEN
Neighborhood consists of buildings of traditional type one and two floors, built in masonry and plastered flat deck launa. Highlights upper chambers lintels and sills traditional cut diamond brick, newer style.
Group of buildings of irregular shape, one and two floors, plastered masonry built with flat roofs and eaves of Arabic tiles.