Mainar

Around this population have found evidence of Iberian and Roman settlements in games like the Baleno Sale or Muslims in the Scaffolding.

Located on the floodplain of Huerva, along the road N-330, this population has one of the most interesting Mudejar towers of the region, well visible from the highway called Mudéjar ( A-23). ​​

Previously, the Temple dating from s. XVI, was advocado Santa Maria but today is Santa Ana owner.
Expanded on the site of an early Gothic church, has a structure with arches over vaults own style characteristics Aragonese Renaissance palace.

Built by order of Don Hernando de Aragón is arguably the most complete example of Mudejar church tard give more speedand, to those existing in Aragon, retains all Moorish ornaments that make it unique, without forgetting their carvings inside the sixteenth or fifteenth century and the altarpieces of the s. XVII and XVIII.

Stresses the magnificent Mudejar tower, recently restored, on octagonal mid-s. XVI. It must be extended to the end of s. XVIII to configure the appearance presented today.
It has two peirones, the Virgen del Pilar and San Andrés, two chapels; San Andrésy Santo Domingo and the cottage fridge Las Viñas.
Torre mudejar de Iglesia de Santa Ana
Nevera de las Viñas
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Detalle casa de Mainar
Cabaña - nevera de Las Viñas
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Peirón de La Virgen del Pilar
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Detalle casa de Mainar
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Peirón de San Andres
Toro de fuego
Ermita de San Andres
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Campana
Iglesia de Santa Ana
Cabaña - nevera de Las Viñas
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Torre mudejar de Iglesia de Santa Ana
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Detalle casa de Mainar
Torre mudejar de Iglesia de Santa Ana
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Detalle casa de Mainar
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Campana
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