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ª DOLORES D RAFT
Small raft, built of masonry, which collected the water from the source of the Barrio Alto. Today feeds on Acequia Gorda. Built in the home orchard for irrigation.
ANT. RAFT C. THE FERRIS WHEEL OF MIURA
Remains of the old pool farmhouse, built in concrete. On the wall giving up presents buttresses. Attached to the walls of the raft, a house appears.
BALSA HIGH Instinción
Balsa large built in stone masonry zana. Collecting water from a ditch, now abandoned. In the entrance area of \u200b\u200bthe water and attached to the wall, we found a water pipe and several washing slate stones.
BALSA HIGH MILL
Balsa quadrangular, about 2 x 2 meters, built in concrete.
BALSAS S. PEDRO, S. RAMON Y LC
Set of three large pools, one of which completely transformed and two, unused, built in masonry.
Small, semicircular, made of masonry, with large local stones Balsa. It has two buttresses, made, also in masonry.
Balson OF BLACK
Balsa large, irregularly shaped, built in concrete. Collect water from the ditch near Alta and birth.
BARRIO RAFT UP
Rectangular pool, built in masonry plastered inside with buttresses on the outside of the walls.
BIG RAFT ABRUCENA
Balsa built in cement, quadrangular, about 35 m on a side and about 2 m deep. It is fed by water from Sierra Nevada through the so-called "ditch the big pond". It was originally constructed in earthen, later being restored with cement.
BIG RAFT bayarcal
Raft of enormous dimensions, dug in the ground. Collect water from the Royal canal, from the river Anchuelo. On the right side has a mica-slate stone wall, like the south wall, masonry and also 5m high. Hut where the old system was open or uncover.
BIG RAFT SERBALILLO
Balsa chamfered square in one corner. Buttresses on both sides. In the ditch cargo has a beautiful masonry aqueduct, consisting of a small pointed arch, over which is a gate for direct download Canyon.
DEPOSIT OF BOTICARIA
Balsa homer appreciable depth, built in concrete with staircase on the same material.
ERA TANK FARM
Balsa appreciable dimensions, built in concrete, with exterior buttresses, based on its northern side by 3 successive gradations, box drain with segmental arch.
JOSE-THE RAFT Alcubillas B
Rectangular raft attached to balate top patch, a raised step by drywall.
Set of two small rafts built of masonry, about 80 meters deep, with a small stone bench step inside for access. Located in the upper bound, on the road, is abandonadad without stucco exterior. The lower concrete raft is plastered and has a small pocket at the entrance.
Source assembly, which collects water from a nearby source, column and raft of small dimensions, made of stone masonry in the area.
MILL ON RAFT-ALICUN
Balsa quadrangular that adapts to the ground, built of masonry, with two exterior buttresses, also masonry. Collect water from the mill aacequia.
MILL RAFT (RAFT ALTA)
Balsa large with rough masonry work for waterproofing of the vessel.
PARENTAL BIG RAFT
Balsa large dug in the ground. Wall made of masonry with slate. Collect water from the acequia Real or High, which comes from the river Paterna. It has shed where the system is emptied and the ruins of the old shed acequiero.
PAYMENT OF THE STONE RAFT
Circular raft, built in plastered masonry. Presents little bump in the top of the wall in which the clamping screw opening the mailbox is hosted.
Reservoir created by building a wall of low height and great length, with clay masonry and interior padding with angled path. Is disposed at the bottom of a gentle slope area, corresponding to a pass. Through a gate, the cumulative yields a large vertical cylindrical well, located approximately 20 meters west, through which the water reaches the call mine pond water rafting.
POOL OF THE HERMITAGE
Rectangular pool, built in concrete, about 8 m long and 6 m wide. It is plastered inside and out.
Balsa about 18x10mm rectangular,. Built in dry stone masonry. It has four large contrafuertesen the left side inside the raft. The splitter also masonry.
Balsa quadrangular, large, about 25 feet square. Built in concrete. Inside arose two sources of hot springs, now exhausted, so that water is supplied through a duct which comes recent surveys.
RAFT ALMAZARA L. DE GUEVARA
Rectangular raft, built of masonry, used for irrigation of the plain on the right bank of the wadi.