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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.
ALCANTARA STREET HOUSE NO 16-18
Quadrangular building, three floors, built in masonry plastered with Arab-tile roof gable. Presents with recerco flat bays, highlighting the balconies, on brackets, on the first floor. These are protected by rail, in the case of located on the front and shoulder bars on the sides.
ALCANTARA STREET HOUSE NO 36-38
Building of eclectic style, rectangular, two-storey. The façade shows differences in treatment due to their membership of house. Is framed by low plinth and cornice supported by simple corbels. The openings are arranged regularly, in number five height. Downstairs emphasizes the cover right home, which, with segmented arch, has a strong shoulder in the key, being more open recerco at the base. The side to front grille have a rich parapet with ridge on top. The bays of the first floor, lintels, balconies are protected by railings. Are framed by Doric pilasters and curved pediment.
ALFEREZ STREET HOUSE # 2
Building eclectic style quadrangular, three heights, with Arab-tile roof gable on a body d eluces rises. The main façade has low plinth and cornice, entablature above. Displays cover of segmented arch located in central and similar to other vain decoration. The openings are five in number by height, and have wrought iron railings and handrails in parapet decorated with leads and coils.
ALFEREZ STREET HOUSE # 7
Building of eclectic style, quadrangular, three floors, built in stone and brick, plastered and plastered with Arab-tile roof gable. Presents with recerco flat bays and is divided into three sections by a ledge that extends under the balconies.
Two-storey house with flat roof launa, slate eaves, small windows. Highlights a long passage thereunder, with masonry walls and ceiling hurdle on two levels. The house retains the traditional plate numbers.
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.
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 HOUSE FLOWERS
Two-storey building with flat roof. Facade posing in two downstairs front windows with lintels and arch new bill, top floor with three balconies decorated railing leads and eses with segmented arch.
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.
: Remains of old neighborhood that are just foundations and some back some caves that characterized him.
BARRIO ALTO DE LA VIRGEN DEL CARMEN
Set of traditional dwellings, rectangularr plant, one and two floors, plastered masonry built with flat roofs.
BARRIO ALTO OF ERAS
Set of traditional terraced houses, dry stone or masonry, with small garden spaces and balates access also in stone.
BARRIO DEL CASTILLO
Architectural Complex which highlight some typical old houses of the historic architecture of the area, consisting of rectangular buildings with a height of flat roof without walls highlighted by cornice and copings work.
Set of houses built in masonry, rectangular, with a flat roof height, arranged in the hillside. Most stone is in sight.
BARRIO LOW CASTALA
Set of rectangular buildings, a tall, built in masonry plastered with flat roof and eaves of Arabic tiles.
BLUE FARMHOUSE ALCORA
Holiday Inn story, vain recercados with molding and segmented arches. False pilasters at the corners, Arabic tile macizada forward.
Narrow street whose homes remain broadly the traditional style of the region, resulting in a set of attractive singular. We find masonry construction with lintels and slabs covered bays, many of these being covered falls.
CALLE SOL SET No. 18-20-22
Set d irregular plant buildings, one and two floors, built in masonry, with flat roof.
CANTON HOUSE JOAQUIN
House plant having side framed by vertical ribs, stepped base and quarry stone entablature, consisting of architrave, plain frieze and molded cornice, supported by brackets facade. It has three spans, corresponding to the central front, finding all recercados by molded bands. They are comprised of segmented arches with curved shoulder overalls and smooth in the key. Those fences are sill in the upper shoulder.
Alley stepped balate supported by stone of the Mosque Street, continuing under a traditional tinao, today renovated alley leading into the district of Barranco, where uptown to access after the Rock of Moro.