Ferreria de Cades, Herrerias
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La visita a la Ferrería de Cades en muy interesante, se ve el edificio de la ferrería, su funcionamiento y el del molino anexo. Además hay un corto paseo entre árboles al lado. Nosotros reservamos por... read more »Visit to la Ferrería de Cades in very interesting, is the building of la ferrería, its operation and the annex mill. There is also a short walk among trees on the side. We reserve by phone and did the tour. Mariana, Paul and John were great guides that explained the use and life in the foundry. We could see the operation of the same and in addition Annex mill. Certainly I recommend, both to people with children as anyone who wants to see the entire machinery of cast iron in ingots (billets) or a mill in operation. In addition, the environment is precious.show original
visita muy recomendada pues te explican como trabajaban en la ferreria antiguamente y lo duro y costoso que era.Han hecho una buena reconstruccion de la ferreria que esta en funcionamiento para los vi... read more »highly recommended visit because explain as they worked in the foundry in the past and how hard and expensive it was. Have made a good reconstruction of the ferreria that is in operation for the visitorsshow original
Un sitio precioso que recupera una profesión ya olvidada. Ver los fuelles y el martillo movidos por la fuerza del agua es impresionante. El molino también genial. Los guías muy simpáticos!A beautiful site that retrieves an already forgotten profession. See the bellows and the Hammer moved by the force of the water is impressive. The mill also great. The friendly guides!show original
Richard M Marshall
A brilliant restoration of a water-powered ironworks and corn mill. Fully operational demos of water-powered bellows and forge, then the water-powered hammer, followed by a working corn mill.
Pablo rialThey explain very well the entire casting processshow original
Miguel PérezRe-fuelshow original
Neftalí Cabrero HernansanzSeems nice, but could not see it, since the schedule is a bit weird, on the bridge of December is not open to the public! But it looks good.show original
Carles Mas GaríVisit highly recommended, could see rebuilt machines for 200 years and in full funvionament is a.show original
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