Historically, Singra has been a key population due to its strategic geographic location during wars and battles at different periods in the Jiloca Valley. The most ancient remain is the church tower, which preserves a fortified appearance because it previously was one of the towers that composed the wall of the castle, and nowadays, it is the last remaining of it.
From the 20th century still preserve some defensive positions that were built at the Civil War time.
Its artistic heritage includes the Parish Church of the Purificación from the 17th century, as well as the chapel dedicated to Saint Barbara.
However, the most significant aspect of the locality is the presence of pigeon lofts, which are spreaded all over the hill.
Regarding to its ethnological heritage, it specially stands out for different elements of its popular architecture which range from housing made on concrete block construction to the washing place built in the middle of the 20th century respecting local designs. Other outstanding elements are wine cellars and dry-stone structures surrounding the village.
As mentioned before, due to the strategic location of Singra it is possible to enjoy amazing panoramic views from the geodesic vertex located on the top of the hill which faces the A-23 highway.
More information: Town Council of Singra
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