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ALJIBE CROSS CROSS
Humilladero stone made in the nineteenth century on the grounds of the Dominicans of Granada, off d ela population at a watering place and stop all pedestrians traveling between the High Alpujarra and the Campo de Dalias.
ALJIBE SALE OF PEDRO AGUILERA
Large cistern built in masonry barrel vault. Measures approximately 15 by 2 m finding its whitewashed walls.
AQUEDUCT OF THE QUEEN
Aqueduct rcos tresa consisting of bricks and mixed media piece, which continues with a metal gutter running through the ravine. Border cash flows used until recently.
Limestone environment with low-growing vegetation.
Bakery croissant Candita
Rectangular building, po 6.60 2.25 m. It has three naves parallel and communicated with each other along a longitudinal axis, with four internal bays simple step. A longitudinal wall extending 4.18 m resulting in the lobby. Of the three central warehouses only retains its full barrel vault. The first only partly preserved and the third lost.
CASA DE LA PLAZA DE SAN MIGUEL # 3
Rectangular house, built in concrete, with two-storey flat roof. The first height plinth has three flat bays, of which the central houses wooden door and windows with wrought iron railings rest and shoulder top. The second level has two flat bays that accommodate two separate balconies with wrought iron railings.
CASA DE LA PLAZA DE SAN MIGUEL # 4
House built in concrete, rectangular, two-storey flat roof with eaves and roofs. The first level has two flat bays, of which the left houses the front door, and the other a window with wrought iron fence. The second level also has two bays that accommodate two separate balconies and wrought iron railing.
CASA DE LA PLAZA DE SAN MIGUEL No. 10 and 11
Rectangular house of two floors and flat roof. The first presents plinth height and five bays arch lintels and hosting barred windows and doors. The second level has five lintels spans three run lodge balcony railing, and two single balcony.
CASA DE LA PLAZA DE SAN MIGUEL No. 5
House rectangular, two-storey flat roof with eaves and roofs. The first presents plinth height and three bays, of which the central arch is lowered and the rest lintels. Of these bays housed the central wooden door and other windows with wrought iron railings. The second level has three flat bays framed by moldings, presenting two separate balconies with iron railings.
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.
CERRILLO OF ALMOHARA
Late Roman building (ss. IV-VI).
Remains of a medieval rabitas. It has a small water tank supply.
CHAPEL OF SAN MIGUEL
It has a rectangular nave and chancel differentiated by a transverse arch which reveals Outside buttresses. At the foot is the brick and tile home with arch framed by pilasters and entablature, on which a small oculus illuminates the interior opens. The facade is topped with a simple single span belfry and attached to the head and to the side of the epistle are preserved remains of buildings. Decades ago underwent a major architectural intervention in the original plaster mortar simulating ashlar stonework was removed.
CHAPEL OF THE HOLY CROSS
Ermita square plan with dome cover and open sides with arches. Raised in mixed work recently on a previous indeterminate period. It elado 3.4 md.
Presents basilica with three naves separated by semicircular arches on rectangular pillars and covered by barrel vaults ships, while the chapel offers a dome. After the head is placed a small chapel dedicated to San Miguel and behind the tower, a square, stands a semicircular arch on each side of the belfry and hipped roof. On both sides of the tower are the sacristy and other parish agencies. The exterior of the ships appears with a stepped roof and the chancel appears as an octagonal body. The facade has a door with arch, preceded by a wide staircase, on which a niche and a window that illuminates the nave is located. The factory of the side walls and headboard are rafas and ribbons brick masonry with drawers, while the facade was only lifted in masonry. The entire exterior was originally revoked with lime mortar and lime.
The present church has a Latin cross plan and three naves that are part of a rectangular perimeter. The facade is divided into three blocks. It highlights the main gate, preceded by a staircase, which is formed by a large arch surrounded by Archivolts, and provides a niche above. The upper body, crossed by an iron railing, is perforated in the center by three windows that illuminate the interior of the church. Side streets have balconies and are crowned with cattails three semicircular bays topped by a cornice mixtilineal. The walls are brick and masonry on a masonry foundation. The aisles retain groin vaults hurdle, but the nave and the headboard featuring a wooden deck with diaphragm arches, also made of wood.
CITY HALL PLAZA
Plaa elongated rectangular, whose surface is paved and surrounded by the church and the town hall, as well as other old houses.
CITY OF DALIAS
Construction of the 50s of XX century on a nineteenth-century mansion, with clock tower d elos people like colonization of the Franco era. It has three floors, and a small porch that serves as the town hall lobby. Formed by four segmental arches. Lintelled also presents regularly distributed, presenting large terrace and balconies in for height.
Alpujarreño cistern type (2.5 x 6 m) located at the beginning of Don Pedro plain which separates the Sierra de Gador Sierrecilla the north.