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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.
BOWER OF LAUNDRY S ª ANA
Set of laundry and raft of significant dimensions. Covered and open through arches.
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.
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.
The public laundries were an essential element of female sociability, the best place to communicate the women apart from the tutelage of the priest, father or husband, so transcended its function obvious sanitary work. Constituted a fundamental social relation feminine space, a meeting place to exchange experiences, discuss current problems and even afford the license to cross words with looks or youth, taking the burden of the animals at the waterhole. But they were too basic for domestic hygiene before the public supply to rural households in the sixties and seventies of last century. This utility also leveraging the outlet water from the thermal baths, very good quality of life in women Alicún, released hardness washing with cold water in winter, as is commonly the case in the rest of peoples. At the end of the central channel of the splitter utility that regulates and distributes irrigation water among different armbands of different ranks payments.
Laundry / RAFT-Alcubillas B
Small rectangular building, built in concrete, flat roof. After the landscape through two large openings formed by two arches. Appears before an appreciable raft masonry, rounded plant.
Building modules on two different levels. The lower, larger, is open to the landscape through 3 arches, presenting bare space in front, surrounded by drywall. The construction is crossed by a canal to canal-utility mode. The upper building is smaller and has an entrance arch, now blinded. The covers are inclined brick.
Laundry formed by a great run and inclined slab and laterally disposed adjacent to a ditch. This large slab has grooves carved in order to facilitate washing using water that brings the canal.
Utility room with flat roof supported by three arches. Inside has two stones wash runs, placed almost at ground level. It supplied water from the source of Borbotones.
Transformation of the channel of the canal, by the inclination of the sides of it, adapting it to the function, through the location of limestone quarry.
Occupies the space of a former aljibe.Cubierta of barrel vault, slightly pointed. Trapezoidal, about 5 x 2.5 m. Access is via a vain practiced on the side, with arch. Receives natural light through the headwall practiced in vain.
Large laundry room with stone deck, brick pillars pottery with rope and brand gear. The paneled ceiling consists main beams and jaldetas. Pops Presents washing stones.
LAUNDRY OF BIRTH
Utility room with flat roof with cornice, supported by arched gallery, located west four retain their original shape. Inside laundry has two stones that have replaced the original, which retains the north end. Next to it, a fountain, from which it takes the water with eight pipes appears. It was recently transformed with little consonant with the traditional aesthetic results, which has diminished the scenic value of the item.
LAUNDRY OF STA. CRUZ
Utility shed, consisting of 17 pairs of stone washing. The roof is supported by five arches, large, built with brick alfahar, and side access two arches smaller, also traditional brick.
Ship elongated, open to the landscape by a half point archery, something recessed, with flat roof and large central longitudinal channel, as a pile of washing run, built in concrete. The salidad channel presents a set of slabs sloping sides that could resemble the original configuration of the sluice.
Laundry roof, built in stone, covered and open to the landscape. Had own birth.
(XX Century). The Christian recruitment and population growth of the eighteenth century led to the expansion of the Hizán along the old road from Presidio Andarax (Source Victoria), setting the current Barrio Bajo. At the top of the sink, despite its modernization, retains the defining features of a laundry "in a circle", appreciated by women to promote communication and treatment for the hard tasks of laundry is located. The sinks were fundamental elements of traditional culture for domestic hygiene before the public supply to rural households in the sixties and seventies of last century. Its structure is similar to the traditional houses with masonry walls and ceilings launa, and is provided with a rectangular channel for accepting a raised passage of water and piles of washing side, preceded here by a watering hole for the animals between itself and the adjacent laundry source. It was a fundamental social relation feminine space, a meeting place to exchange experiences, discuss current problems and even allowed licensed exchange glances or words with the young, taking the burden of the beasts at the watering hole.
Set of laundry and balsa, laundry done in limestone masonry. The stones and the bottom of the laundry are mica-slate slabs. Get the pouring water source then in the raft. The raft masonry limestone and mica-slate stone. Has dimensions, approximate 15 x 4m.
MINA NEW LAUNDRY / Padules
Embovedada set mine on and stepped in ampostería new laundry bill.
OLD LAUNDRY AND RAFT
Assembly consisting of a former laundry, washing with stones and a raft of micaesquito containing the outgoing water for later use in irrigation.
(XIX century). Corresponds to a superb chained hydraulic assembly, which begins in a first apergolado space, with the Fountain of the Seven Spouts, where women and men gathered in pouring water almost daily carried by hand or beasts, for service house. The pour spouts on the canal, old watering hole, indispensable to quench the thirst of the pack animals of which depended much of the labor of the people. From there, the water is still clean up the laundry room, located in a second room, where a long run battery is located. Its construction, and into the twentieth century, was a major improvement in the working conditions of women who previously had to wash kneeling in the ditch. Finally, the water to a large outdoor pool, which regulates the risks of the right bank of Birth river downstream of the village is poured. This power Alboloduy is financed by a spectacular medieval gallery, excavated in the rock, about 4 Kms in length, which crosses the base of Moro Rock, with various ventilation shafts and cleaning, some 20 meters depth.
(XX Century). To approach the utility must continue a short drive, and after having visited should go back to this point, to continue the route marked by the footprints on the floor. Indeed, just beyond the church found a laundry room, which retains the original charm and a beautiful rural setting. Furthermore the source-sink has not been renovated, retaining the charm of the original. The source mana on a round trough and from there flows into the annex and elongated laundry, a large rectangular pond, around which wash surfaces are provided, that if they could talk would move us a lot of stories and experiences parallel to the flow of water and Hard job washing. From there the water runs two other stepped pools resting on a limestone rock. The return to the town by another route so we will fully introduces us to the more traditional Alcolea of \u200b\u200burbanism Hispano heritage, broken and winding, with battlements end, reduced to a minimum, as the street Estrechura alleys (the name is a declaration of intent), or shed or tinao Street Inn, a characteristic element of the Alpujarra architecture.
Source-sink of Alsodux
(XX Century). Perhaps one of the best preserved specimens of the Alpujarra maintain much of the original structure and display attached to the formwork source of supply, although today it continued drought causes outbreak just a trickle. The sinks were fundamental elements of traditional culture for domestic hygiene before the public supply to rural households in the sixties and seventies of last century. Its structure is similar to the traditional houses with masonry walls and ceilings launa, and is provided with a rectangular channel for accepting a raised passage of water and piles of washing side, preceded here by a watering hole for the animals between itself and the adjacent laundry source. It was a fundamental social relation feminine space, a meeting place to exchange experiences, discuss current problems and even allowed licensed exchange glances or words with the young, taking the burden of the beasts at the watering hole.
(Siglo XIX-XX). Follows the classic pattern of water uses chains, according to quality requirements for each. Thus, from the source to the human supply, water trough and went to the laundry here, pouring the excess, finally, to the irrigation ditch. Although its construction dates back to 1838, and laundry 1859, the ensemble has experienced major transformations up to the recent remodeling neo-Arab.
THE LAUNDRY Marchal
Set consists of hydrologic mine birth, irrigation pond, watering and laundry.