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Sites of Interest in Maria de la Salut

La Mare de deu Salut

Documentary poverty does not clearly give a medieval origin to this fine marble image, it measures eighty-five centimeters; and it is made, according to some, in alabaster and, according to others, in saccharide marble, very fine and transparent, marble of which there are no quarries on the island. Hollow in the back, perhaps due to the need to lighten it to make it easier to move, it is divided horizontally into two parts, at the foot of the Child.

Molins can Gual

Traditional flour mill, Molino de Can Cotó, 19th century
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Restos Talayóticos

The town is rich in archaeological remains from prehistoric times. The Talayotic walls of Velar and Pleta del Pujolet, as well as the Talayotic navetas de les Rotes Noves (Es Castellots) in Montblanc are a good example of this.

Roqueta

Located on the outskirts of town, on a small hill. is the set with more history in the town. In this set you can find styles ranging from Gothic to neoclassical buildings. The courtyard, the chapel, the Gothic and neoclassical portals, the cellar, the garden, the roller coaster, the gutter, the mine fountain; they are a sample of the evolution of possession.

La Mare de deu Salut

la mare de deu salut

Address:

Plaça de Dalt, 5 CP 07519 Maria de la Salut, Mallorca, Islas Baleares

 

Description

Documentary poverty does not clearly give a medieval origin to this image of fine marble, it measures eighty-five centimeters; and it is made, according to some, in alabaster and, according to others, in sacroidal marble, very thin and transparent, marble from which there are no quarries on the island. Hollow in the back, perhaps for needs to lighten it to make it easier to move, is split horizontally, in two parts, at the height of the foot of the Child.
 

Molino de can Gual
molinos

Address:

 07300 Inca, Illes Balears

Description

Traditional flour mill, Can Cotó Mill, 19th century

 

Talayóticos remains

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Description

The town is rich in archaeological remains from prehistoric times. The Talayotic walls of Velar and Pleta del Pujolet, as well as the Talayotic navetas de les Rotes Noves (Es Castellots) in Montblanc are a good example of this.

 


 

Roqueta
roqueta maria de la salut

Address: 

Carrer de Can Valella, 22, 07300 Inca, Illes Balears

Descripción

Located on the outskirts of town, on a small hill. is the set with more history in the town. In this set you can find styles ranging from Gothic to neoclassical buildings. The courtyard, the chapel, the Gothic and neoclassical portals, the cellar, the garden, the roller coaster, the gutter, the mine fountain; they are a sample of the evolution of possession.


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