You are in the bank of the Cámara river, at the small town of Nogueras, a place chosen before in the Bronze Age for settlement. Also the Iberians and Muslims decided to live in these lands and all because the source of water was what determined the location of the population.
Having a walk along the bank of the river you can find the old flour mill and inside the village, the kiln where used to bake the bread. You can visit the Parish Church of Saint Juan Evangelista and its tower, both from the XVIII century and made by the author Miguel Bielsa. Then you can visit the set of fountain, watering trough and washing place, in which it is shown the usage of water in these small villages.
The festivity in honor to the Virgin of Dolores is celebrated a weekend around the 20 august.
More information: Town Council of Nogueras.
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