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Monuments in Huelva

Jabugo Tiro Pichón

Monuments in Huelva

Tiro Pichón Jabugo

Tiro Pichón
XX Century – Style Regionalista Comarcal

This building is located just outside the village of Jabugo, Huelva province.

This place was built in early 20th century. We can observe the artistic influence from the Seville architect Anibal Gonzalez, the dynamism and the symmetry of its façade. The first feature is clearly seen by the bicolour in the use of stone and red brick made of clay tiles. It was a hunting lodge that Marquise of Aracena ordered to built as a place for resting and summer vacation for Seville’s high society Moreover, the family of the monarch Alfonso XIII, came to this place to play this sport so popular throughout Europe.

Tiro Pichón, Jabugo

About Jabugo

The small municipality of Jabugo belongs to the Sierra de Aracena and Picos de Aroche Natural Park, in the northern sector of the province of Huelva. Apart from the main nucleus, which concentrates approximately half of the population, its municipal term also includes other urban entities, among which El Repilado and Los Romeros stand out. The municipal seat, located at an average altitude of 658 meters, is located in one of the narrow valleys in the term, in the vicinity of the confluence of two old roads that linked Huelva with Mérida and Seville with Lisbon, the current N -435 and N-433. Read more…

Un comentario

  1. Diego Quintero escribio:

    El edificio está reformado y es la sede de la Denominación de Origen Protegida Jabugo.

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