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TOWN HALL

The present Renaissance building was constructed with the advent of the Modern Age for ‘Cofradía de Nuestra Señora de la Asunción’, the brotherhood in charge of local administration.

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IGLESIA PARROQUIAL

This parochial church is a Baroque building dated from the 17th century. Its front is very simple, defined by a huge bay that opens in a semicircular arch flanked by pillars and crowned by an entablature with a small niche that is now empty.

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CALLE MAYOR – LA LONJA

The main Street is one of the most ancient, since it is part of the original extension of the main nucleus of the town. Here we find ‘el Cobertet’ (a covered passage) and a sequence of traditional popular architecture houses with three floors, which are typical structures in rural areas.

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TORRE CREMADA

This Iberian settlement is established between the beginning of the 1st century BC and the beginning of the 1st century AD. it is located at the top of a hill where part of the Matarraña river is dominated, and a tower five meters high is conserved.

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TOSSAL DE MONTAÑES

This Iberian site was occupied from the 6th century to the 6th a.C. It is situated on a hill on the left bank of the Matarraña River. It is a small town from which a fortified tower-house stands.

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