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ALMANZOR STREET HOUSE # 19
Rectangular house, two floors, with flat roof and eaves tile. Presents plinth dark color, while the rest of the facade is bleached. The first floor has three flat bays, accommodating the central a wooden door and side windows paths, the paths being framed stoas moldings the same color as the base. These empty simulate a bow lowered. The second floor has three flat bays that accommodate two windows framed by moldings simulating segmental arch.
ALMANZOR STREET HOUSE # 29
House rectangular, two-storey, flat roof with cornice over shaped sawtooth. Presents the plastered facade and framed by a smooth strip and plinth. Highlight three flat bays at the first height, the central hosting a wooden door and two windows side. The three spans have top molding that frames and laterally. The two bays of the second floor are vertically aligned with the windows on the first floor, and are superior and laterally framed by moldings.
ALMANZOR STREET HOUSE # 31
House rectangular, two-storey, flat deck with upper cornice. Presents plinth dark color, the rest of the facade being bleached. The first level has three flat bays, accommodating the central a wooden door and a window to the left side, both above and laterally framed by molding with shoulder at its top center. The right is only openings framed by a band, hosting a wooden gate for access to the stables. The second floor has three flat bays, serving both the left and windows with small balconies, in addition paths that frame moldings top and side. The right vain hosts a "door" of wood, and is also framed by a molding.
ALMANZOR STREET HOUSE # 6
House rectangular, two-storey, flat roof on ledge with sawtooth. Presents plinth plaster, the rest of the facade being bleached. The first floor has four flat bays, staying right center a wooden door with bas and two swinging gates. The remaining windows with individual bays housed iron bars. All of these openings are framed laterally superior paths moldings yellow. Between the first and the second we find a horizontal yellow trim that stretches across the facade. The second floor has four bays that host lintels two windows with their balconies, small and forge, finding these openings framed by respective top and side moldings yellow.
CERRO DE BUENAVISTA
A small settlement of the Bronze Age, no remains of walling.
CERRO DE BUENAVISTA II OR NEGITE
Remains of a Roman villas that lined the periphery of the plain; verbal information added the finding of a mosaic in the fifties.
Source of stonework, consisting of a rectangular pillar on which sits a pediment in gola profile and triangular pediment, a single mana drain. In the pediment year registration of building and name of the source is appreciated.
ROAD HOUSE Barranquillo No. 6
House consists of several notable dimensions polygonal terraced buildings, one and two heights, with flat roof. Presents plaster base and pavement, as well as a small outdoor patio. The openings are lintels and is irregularly distributed, housing windows and doors on the first floor and all windows in the second. It also has a terrace on a tall ship, and the corresponding d eobra breastplate.
THE FARMHOUSE Aguadero
Building irregular floor from a height, built in masonry plastered with flat roof. The main façade four openings, two doors and two windows appear as. Appears a second height recessed resembling a body of light.