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Ships Loading Ore in Puerto de La Laja, on the Banks of the Guadiana River

Approximate data 1920

Andalusian Archives

Andalusian Archives
Spain

Puerto de la Laja (El Granado, Huelva) is an ancient loading dock built in 1858, located on the left bank of the Guadiana river. It was used for transporting minerals and machinery from the Santa Catalina, La Isabel, and Cabeza de Pasto mines, and the Las Herrerías mine from 1905. It was declared a Site of Industrial Interest on February 22, 2011.

Details

  • Title: Ships Loading Ore in Puerto de La Laja, on the Banks of the Guadiana River
  • Date Created: Approximate data 1920
  • Location: La Laja (El Granado), Huelva (Spain)
  • Physical Dimensions: 55 x 91,5 cm
  • Type: Graphic document
  • Medium: Paper
  • Signature: AHPH. 06865/028
  • Origin: Archivo Histórico Provincial de Huelva

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