Ruta del Adobe, Tinogasta

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Gain an invaluable insight into the history of the material adobe in the Tinogasta community at Ruta del Adobe, a 50 km (31 mi) route that crosses towns and hamlets built over 300 years ago. You can see old houses and churches, all of which used adobe materials and techniques in their development. Pay special attention to the churches along your route; the terracotta-colored buildings display attractive arches and round domes. Use our Tinogasta vacation builder to arrange your visit to Ruta del Adobe and other attractions in Tinogasta.
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  • We did the 4 most emblematic chapels. In Fiambala, the Church of San Pedro, with a helpful guide to us mosro to different costumes which are changed to the Saint according to the liturgical season. De Ntra. Ms. del Rosario, 1712, is next to the ruins of the Mayorazgo de Bazán, which would seem to be being restored (we were late and now there was no one that will guide). In the Oratory of the Orquera could enter because we asked at a regional business which is right next door, who had the key (a Mr. Nice, with very good merchandise at a great price = recommend olives and wine into Carboy neck rock winery).
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  • Excellent one day walk. It is necessary to count with own mobility or recruiting trip. They agree to read a little about the history of the churches or oratories, to understand the importance of them. Almost not there is support for these visits, by what should be carrying water and food.
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  • Is a wonder travel an excellent road with beautiful landscapes and seeing the passing of so many adobe buildings
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