This is one of the Borough’s most characteristic urban images. It bisects the hills of La Mota and Las Cruces, and the city’s skyline is defined by the Consolation Church tower. After the Calle Real, it is the focal point of the second urban expansion of the town during the XX Century. Within this expansion, our attention is drawn to the mixture of architectural styles of the buildings, with the use of decorative tiles, ornamental forging, plasterwork frames on the outside, and stucco on the inside. Its commercial and residential use lasted until the end of the Century, being displaced due to the current expansion axis of the Avenida de Andalucía (Andalusia Avenue).

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