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ALCANTARA STREET HOUSE # 12
Rectangular building, two floors, built and plastered masonry plastered with Arab-tile roof. The facade is divided into two parts by a band, featuring the cover centered, round arch framed by Tuscan pillars upon which rests an entablature point. A homepage is accessed via three steps stonework. Presents flat bays with bars on the ground floor sill.
AMALIA LOPEZ HOUSE Godoy
House, large, three floors. Upstairs aprece door, wood and two windows on the street level, with carcelera gate, the second floor has three small balconies with railing on shelf, with a central cartouche sencila and the top floor has three small vain. The cornice is of Arabic tiles and bodies are separated by a simple molding. Appear elements of the architecture, such as gutters on the facade. Stresses the garden of the house.
ANGEL VALVERDE HOUSE
Two-storey building. The façade has three axes of equal spans each, consisting of segmented arches, moldings recercados by presenting the lower bars up to ground level and railings on the balconies. These shelves have bonded molding dividing the bodies. The whole facade is framed by stone plinth, the upper side bolsters and entablamenteo.
Baroque Manor House Jose Manuel Castillo
(XVIII century). The history of the nineteenth-century bourgeois homes are in the baroque manor houses, linked to the economic recovery of Birth river valley, and in general all the Alpujarra, in the eighteenth century. The original elements that have reached us are the outer cover and the inner courtyard of distribution. Within the relative simplicity of these homes linked to a small landowner and agricultural nobility, the facade shows the popular character of the Baroque, displayed a lack of ornamentation, cleanly cutting holes the wall, the dedifferentiation of plants, the importance of wrought iron railings as a symbol of social prestige, and interest cover as more stately and classical element, which uses a common model framework by brick pilasters centering the entrance gate and holding the central balcony ledge iron. This gate, studded conveniently according to the taste of the moment, is suitable for the passage of carts and horses, originally installed in the rear of the house, but also presents a smaller one for the movement of people sheet. This Almeria manor owes and shares elements with Moorish housing the ancient kingdom of Granada, which creates a chronological thread that links the Moorish architecture of the nineteenth century urban models. These survivals may be: the courtyard as the centerpiece of the house as available and representativeness, a regularized and its four wings arcaded design, the importance of the ladder in the corner of the patio, as an element of vertical communication but also with a like the lobby of the nineteenth-century bourgeois home, as visitor classification, allowing spending of public space on the ground floor to the private rooms of high social function, functional differentiation between productive areas downstairs (cellars, stables , stable, domestic ...) of the private rooms on the top floor, standing outside in the main bay of the facade, and the facade with a representative cover unequivocally classical composition as a symbol of social prestige. Once we crossed the gate entrance hall access the original soil with large slabs of slate (now replaced), and the inner door leads to the arcaded courtyard of interior layout, supported by wooden feet and shoes. But the novelty is your solution covered by casetón patio lights or octagonal, decorated in its central region by a loop motifs of different colors that give a great plasticity and elegance, and remind us of the Moorish tradition. This solution is characteristic of civil architecture Abla and has two other copies, which stand on the whole urban fabric by that peculiar octagonal caisson solution. This house, with a chronology of the late eighteenth or early nineteenth century, then display a transition between the more stately homes and rural models of the Old Regime to the bourgeois nineteenth models, and more concerned about the comfort, privacy and representativeness. Society and the economy are changing and this will be shown in the organization and layout of the apartment.
CAROLINAS STREET HOUSE # 6
Building large, irregularly polygonal, two-storey and basement, built in masonry plastered with Arab-tile roof. The main façade masonry plinth and entablature, cornice top. The openings are lintels, with regular arrangement, except the door occupying decentered place encontrádose recercados by a molding. Upstairs balconies are supported by brackets, being protected by railings, with the larger located on the door. Downstairs bars appear in prominence. Also has on its south side a large garden with a variety of species.
CASA C / LOPEZ MEDICAL RGUEZ 3
Eclectic building, two floors, with quadrangular and front two streets at right angles. This is framed by chains of blocks under socket transformed and molded cornice, conposible loss greater adorns recently renovated. It is divided into two parts by a ledge that extends on the shelves of the balconies. The openings, distributed legally are recercados by bands carved stonework. The arches of the windows, segmented arch, have a smooth highlight the key. The balconies are protected by railings decorated with leads and esses, while the ground floor has large bars with ledge and highlight on the top, decorated with leads. The deck building is flat and visitable.
CASA C / PHYSICIAN CRIST. RGUEZ, 4
Construction of a plant, rectangular, with a light jog and flat roof. You could be the remains of an old building or the garage of the house Abogaos, and the adjacent building that, despite notable differences delas in front, presents significant concomitants, such as the height and the extension socket. The facade is framed by vertical pilasters false under masonry plinth and entablature with architrave trim top, plain frieze and molded cornice broad flight, supported by brackets, also hewn. Features a large single span, recercadopor hewn stone, very lowered arch grooves in the doorway for the passage of carriages and large wooden door with lower door inscribed.
CASA C / S. Nicolas, 22
Two-storey house with side bolsters framed under socket and upper entablature with moldings, plain frieze and cornice carved limestone facade. It is divided into two parts by a molding that extends on the shelves of the balconies. The vain, recercados by platabandas and three in number, are formed by segmented arch with projection on curved clve dust on it. The balconies have railings resting on a fence with great prominence, halfway up, while on the ground floor and sill bars appear on the top ledge.
CASA DE CAMPOS DIEGO
Old house on two floors, staggered, to adapt to the ground, after the construction of the Plaza Mayor. The facade, of great simplicity, is possibly of more recent construction, is formed by a recent base and forward padded Moorish tiles. Balconies with handrail leads. Canned courtyard and cellar.
Casa de Don Fernando Hita
House with two floors and basement, built in concrete with flat roof visitable. Facade of two bodies separated by a strip with horizontal veneer decorated by parallel incisions, finding framed by pilasters, cornice and plinth under smooth. On the latter, a ballad sill appears to protect the roof, built of brick in diamond, resting on plinths with a shot on ball. In the central part of the facade, this sill is solid and is topped by a pediment with arch molding. The facade is structured by a central axis formed by a simple cover of segmented arc Recercada by false ashlars, on which a complex consisting span three separate units of two cylindrical mullions appears. The central unit of this set consists of an ogee arch, with the lateral horseshoe, all with double profile highlight, with sills protection barrotaje with leads. On either side of this central axis in the two bodies, two separate spans with segmented arches, framed from halfway up fake stones presenting with lead and pointed railings on balconies and railings with ledge and highlight downstairs drawings appear. Under recent openings, small horizontal openings that allow light appear basement.
Casa de Don Lorenzo Gallardo
(XIX century). This building was built in the mid nineteenth century by the banker Lorenzo Gallardo Barrionuevo, founder of an important family line of politicians, businessmen and landowners. The Gallardo is one of the most important bloodlines virgitanos, whose origins date back to France, but appearing in Almeria land during the reign of the Catholic kings because of the War of Granada, and chivalry obtained thanks to the courage shown in the war against the Moors. In the eighteenth century are now fully installed in Berja as members of the local elite. The façade responds to a sober neoclassical model linked to the mid-nineteenth century, with a very symmetrical and orderly organization of voids. Stresses the glazed veranda with own modernist feel of the early twentieth century, and the lamp that lit the entrance, important in a population still lacked streetlights. This enclosed on three sides by a cantilever structure and glazed windows, gazebo is a key element in the architecture of bourgeois nineteenth housing. Lets see without being seen, sociability project into the street, while maintaining family privacy through the use of curtains. But the most spectacular feature of the house is visible from the next Square of San Pedro. It is the monumental courtyard roof lights with a metal frame with colored glass, now badly damaged. After visiting this property we retrace our steps to the Placetilla Nuns to continue the route marked with the footprints on the floor.
CASA DE LA CALLE GOYA No. 15
Rectangular building, three floors, built in masonry plastered with Arab-tile roof hipped eaves and wooden canes, presenting new bill socket. The openings are lintels, and a regular arrangement, number three height. Presents Central double door which is accessed via three steps are ashlar being protected side windows with bars on shoulder. In the plant protected by railings plimera forging, underscoring the central, larger, which is supported by brackets of the same material displayed balconies. The top floor has small openings that runs correspond to grain storage chambers.
CASA DE LA CALLE GOYA No. 19
Building eclectic style quadrangular, and built in plastered plastered masonry. Preenta framed by socket, fake stones and trim upper entablature with architrave-frieze decorated with triangles and semicircles cornice and facade. It is divided into two parts by a ledge that extends on the shelves of the balconies. Presents simple cover, located on the left side, segmented arch with recerco and highlight on key, in which the CM initials appear. Upstairs there are three segmented arched balconies and highlight on key, where a bust of the woman leaning on pillars and decoration recerco first body appears colored marble, with these,.
CASA DE LA CALLE GOYA No. 34
Rectangular building with a gabled roof tile in Arabic. The façade has three separate platabanda bodies, which also falls laterally, except on the ground floor, where he presents false stones. The bays, all lintels, have some irregularity in size and arrangement, possibly due in part to successive reforms. The cover is framed by pilasters and cornice where the central balcony which is protected by wrought iron railing and supported by brackets of the same material rests. This span is also framed by pilasters and a midpoint in the tympanum coat of arms, Zapata-Pimentel, original owners of the home is located. Also highlights the left balcony framed by pilasters, simple entablature crowned by cornice supported by mensulillas, this balcony is closed shouldered grille. The third body corresponds to a gallery of six bays, paired central and left, all being framed by pilasters. A moldurilla, for architrave, gives way after a plain frieze at the cornice.
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.
CASA DE LUIS Baeza
Two-storey building with a flat roof, divided into three vertical axes cover the central facade. Flat bays. The ground floor grate parapet and highlight on the top, on the top floor, left blinded vain. The center and right rails and belts with recercados for layering. Upper cornice, parapet with plinths and spiral lattice as protection of the terrace. False lateral pilasters on the upper floor. Zócalo under artificial stone veneer and padding on the bottom.
Casa del Vicario
(XVII Century). It's a great example of a palatial house down gentry of the Old Regime. The strong bleaching of the facade does not prevent sticking perceive Factory Mudejar brick masonry with drawers. Top gallery sun arches seen in relation to the cameras features food, typical of ancient rural dwellings. The facade shows a classical symmetry of the distribution of gaps, highlighting the cover and railings as prestige items. On the central balcony of the coat of arms Yanguas family, possibly belonged to the house, and called attention to a curious mask appears on the ledge. The interior of the house, in line with the typology of the time, is organized around a courtyard with perimeter gallery on columns, currently covered as a coffer or patio lights but originally, I will be open. After observing the interesting property, we retrace our steps to resume the beaten path. At this point we will come across traces of the second route, marked in yellow, so be careful not to make mistakes and follow the green path.
Casa Grande Bentarique
(XVIII-XIX Century). Although at the end of the route this stop brings us to one of the stately homes of the Old Regime The most important Alpujarra. In the Plaza de San José or find a home was larger and contrasts with the rest of civil buildings Andarax medium. It is a wonderful example of neoclassical home late eighteenth century, linked to the rural nobility, but with obvious compositional resources bourgeois tradition, clearly showing the evolution of the types of the Old Manor housing scheme models the bourgeois nineteenth century, where comfort, privacy and a more homey interiors become references. The prestige and representativeness of the Orta family, former landlords and property owners, are linked to a number of elements of neoclassical tradition unequivocally giving prestige and representation present in the façade: the front lintel and framed by Ionic pilasters, as central composition and covering two floors of the building, the so framed with blocks angled in corner, cornice dust above the lintel of the voids, recercados and distributed regularly and symmetrically according to the classical principles of composition; ledge separation plants, or the importance of holding the wrought iron railings of the balcony ledge. However survival items are a huge baroque gargoyles, the flared molduración the holes and plant indeferenciación. The two-storey building stands behind the cover featured a vestibule and its monumental portal through a pavement with large stone slabs, while also projecting disposal of a trapdoor in the ceiling near the door, to control from the first floor visitors callers to enter. The stables would be located in the rear with direct access from the street .. The architecture is a tool for power and classicism and history provide social prestige, embodied in the exterior design of the house. But inside there is an element of bourgeois tradition linked to the pursuit of comfort. It is the provision of a skylight or patio lights as forming the internal space and dealer room, a clear evolution of the old open courtyard of the baroque to create a passive solar house model homes. Here below find plaster walls and wooden beams, footings, suggesting an initial presence of an open courtyard, then turned into a covered patio or coffer.
Cas nineteenth-century bourgeois two floors. Presents tripartite discount cover openings with moldings decorated vaguely remember something modernist style. Presents the facade decorated with plant motifs, highlighting a balcony on the second floor banister work on corbels. The interior is very modified, except clerestory and arcade.
CRISTOBAL HOUSE BAREA
Two-storey house with debris, it seems, a stately structure. Stresses remains of patio lights on columns, lintel structure tambieén on columns, remains of cobble stoned and curious discharge structure on the upper floor.
DANIEL HOUSE ROMERA
Two-storey building with flat roof and eaves of Arabic tiles. Flat bays, recercados by platabandas. The cover is framed by pilasters with entablature false, on the main balcony ledge, whose railing is decorated with squares eses and rests. On the left side of the facade, has a vertical shaft openings tejaroz trellises.
Don Geronimo Villalobos House
(XIX century). Dominates the Square of the Cross is housing rich mining Lorenzo Gallardo Tovar (1856-1925), senator and one of the liberal leaders virgitano district. Will be inherited by his nephew Jerome Villalobos Gallardo (1876-1948), grape exporter, deputy and mayor of Berja during the Second Republic. The house has been recently restored to its conversion into the current House Palatial hotel, but retains much of the original exterior design. It has three floors and five holes per plant recercados arch and hammer, especially highlighting the stony recercamiento of the main entrance and access carriage, or the brackets, for cantilevers, seem to support the eave overhang. They are monumental and prestige elements that define the virgitana bourgeois architecture. Classicism and historicism must define bourgeois homes and new bourgeois city shown that breaks with the old baroque houses. Emphasize the courtyard of black marble columns, its great coffer that crowns along the characteristic mosaic ceramic tiles and paving tiles stays, all with different decor, very typical of the domestic architecture of the period virgitana features.
DON HOUSE EZEKIEL
Rectangular building of a plant built in masonry plastered with flat roof. Facade with segmented arch spans, while the left side lintels for reform. Presnta a fence on the right wing, sill shouldered on top with decoration and spiral leads. Enclosed space with acacias in front.
DON HOUSE VALERIANO
Housing two heights with flat roof. Ground floor with front balcony and protected sill precast stone balustrades, low plinth and false padding. Upstairs with balcony railing with flat arches and brackets fastened by two bays recercados by belts. All of it framed by a strip with curved spikes. All openings with segmented arch. Terrace protected overalls highlighted by brick cornice. Check with rectangular vestibule and patio lights with ladder and railing protected gallery leads and lilacs.
FAM HOUSE. FDEZ. MORATALLA
House of three bodies, the first two for housing and services and the third-granero.Solo camera function in the western part. Facade with balconies and large windows with wrought iron railings. Gable, red tiled. Central courtyard covered by clerestory, supported by Tuscan columns and carved wooden shoes.