Bridges

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PUENTE ROMANO (1)

Puente Romano

Located in Cereceda. It is a bridge for pedestrians. Recently rebuilt, it came to replace another ruined one from the 15th century, with a pointed arch that allowed the passage to the road that leads to La Edilla.

Puente de la Edilla sobre el Ruhermosa

It is formed by a parabolic arch and two spillways at the end, next to the urban core, which allow the channeling of water in times of floods. It is from the 15th century.

PUENTE DE LA EDILLA
PUENTE PALACIO

Puente Palacio

In Villaparte. It starts from the Silencio River. It was built in the 17th century and consists of a semicircular arch.

Fountains

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Fuente de El Borto

Located in the neighborhood of La Pedriza, Ojebar. It is made up of a large reservoir destined to accumulate water, built in sandstone. On the front it preserves an incised inscription that commemorates its construction.

EL BORTO
LAMA EN CASAVIEJA

Fuente de Casavieja

In Ojebar. It was built in 1899 with a donation from Don Manuel de la Lama Mazpule. It was built using a front wall of gray limestone, located in front of an accumulator tank. At the front it preserves a marble plaque commemorating its uprising.

Fuente del Chorro

Located in Rasines

DEL CHORRO

Viewpoints

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DE LA MIES

Mirador de la Mies

In the Helguera neighborhood, this viewpoint is located on Ruta de Minas y Caleros. It offers us views of Mies de Rasines in its lowest part and of the Alcomba, Cerro and Candiano on its highest points.

Mirador de Ojébar

OJEBAR
LA CANTERA

Mirador de La Cantera

Mills

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Molino de Cadalso

MOLINO DE CADALSO
MOLINO DE TIAGO1

Molino de Gerralagua

Ironworks

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Las Ferrerías

In Cereceda. It is a group of buildings that in their time were dedicated to iron work, placed in Cadalso on the left bank of the Ruahermosa. The first reference dates back to the 14th century, having reached its peak with the commissioning in the 18th century by the Count of Isla.

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El Martinete: From the 18th century, it was a minor forge that also reached its highest production with the Count of Isla. With the abandonment of this type of exploitation, it became a flour mill that currently conserves the camarao and the estolda.

Vestiges of the Civil War We found them in Cereceda. Two machine gun nests from 1936 in Perejita stand out, in perfect condition and which purpose was to control and defend the section of road that leads from Cereceda to Ampuero, following the course of the river.