Calle Trianilla


Chronology: 16th-21st century.

The renovation carried out in 2016 allowed for the conceptual recovery of some of its original elements. Originally, it was located next to an old road that connected the Vega (fertile plain) with the town. Its waters were used for human consumption, to provide drinking water for animals, and to feed the washhouses and mills known as “de Campo,” through an underground tunnel speculated to have a possible Roman origin.

Type of Monument:

Civil Monument

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