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A Place full of History

This architectural structure was first built in the beggining of 17th century (some say the end of 16th century), and it was idealized to function as the sugar cane mill and the associated facilities,   even though it is located in an urban area.  The great thing about it is that it has a water fountain good for drinking, which made the site one of the main water sources of the neighborhood throughout the colonial and post-colonial era.

 

 

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