The Child’s House

Inici | The Child’s House

The child’s house and the water well, confirm one of the many remains of buildings that we found on the mount of “Segària”. Although its conservation status is poor, using our imagination and the outline that the information panel shows us, the visitor can see what life was like in these lands and verify that it was not easy.

The house had minimum conditions of habitability that were complemented by the well. A family of farmers could subsist basically with the cultivation of grapes to later be transformed into raisins, which was used to make exchanges for other products of first necessity, export…

Regarding the crop fields that were there, in some areas there are remains of old terraces that were made to better retain the land during the rainy season, and thus make better use of water, since obviously those times there were no type of auxiliary irrigation to complement the rain.

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