Dry stone construtions

UNESCO Inmaterial cultural heritage

The village of Arquillos keeps many secrets in its subsoil: Roman remains, Jesuit remains… From the Fuente Buena (Pilar) begins this route, more specifically between the stairwell of a small house, where apparently there is

These galleries probably originate from the colonial era in the eighteenth century, although research is still underway as it seems that there is another Roman gallery inside. Currently this gallery is divided into two, and its function is none other than to direct it to the Fuente Buena.

On this route you will discover the great work of engineering that lies beneath a village.


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