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Have you ever had the feeling that time had stood still? That’s exactly what you’ll feel when you take a stroll through our historic centers. Architecture and tradition await.
Guía de Isora
Our historic center was declared an Asset of Cultural Interest in 2009 in recognition of its well-preserved rich architectural heritage as represented in numerous secular and religious buildings. A great many of its buildings are typical of our traditional constructions. Most of these were built in the 19th and 20th centuries, though there are a few examples from the 18th century. In addition to the typical architecture of our residential buildings, the historic center contains the Church of Our Lady of the Light, a building of great historic, artistic, and cultural interest. Finally, the layout of our streets, which is typical of old town centers, is also worth noting with its irregular shapes and varied widths and the alleys scattered throughout.
Aripe y Chirche
These streets and alleys were declared an Asset of Cultural Interest in 2008 in recognition of their well-preserved homes and rich ethnographic heritage, including the large number of ovens, threshing floors, and cisterns that you can still see to this day and which were once used by the town’s inhabitants. Another charming thing about Chirche, and also Aripe, is that a lot of the alleys have recently been restored using materials that are so similar to the original materials that they blend into the space perfectly.