Ruta del Adobe, Tinogasta
(4.1/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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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  • The route, as they call the Tinogasta, is a journey of almost 50 km that passes through towns and villages of more than 300 years old, and that the passage of time seems to have abandoned to beatitude. From old houses and buildings to countless churches and buildings constructed with the same material and the same technique: the adobe. All travel, I want to make a special mention for the town of Anillaco (Catamarca, not to be confused with Rioja Anillaco), where the Church is our Lady of the Rosary, declared historical monument of the province by law No. 4881.
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  • Tinogasta and Fiambala, in Catamarca and over 50 km, wine Valley can go is the Adobe road, a circuit that is Cultural and tourist heritage of the province and that rescues built architectural relics in mud and straw between the 17TH and 18TH centuries
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  • I gave the feeling of being something armed for the tourism, not think that them estate have them 200 / 300 years that say. Today is still built in adobe, why say that there are homes of 20 or 30 years ago. Missing details in the constructions that would confirm their real age...
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