In this part of the route you can see very beautifful monuments!



-In this town you can see the church of Our Lady of the Rosary made in 1861. This is the town's patron. It's worth a walk because it's a very nice church.


-In this village you can see the palace of the Marques is the style neoclassic and it is built in the 19th century and it is a military architecture.
-The village itself is typically Andaluz with its whitewashed houses with wrought iron protecting the balconies. As well as a few impressive houses built for noblemen of the past.
-Also you can see the churt of Virgen de las Virtudes it is built in 1891 is a religious architecture and the neo-mudejar and gothic style and has an interesting main façade with a rather gothic like stain over the main entrance.


-In this town there are very monuments for example the Moorish Casttle. It has got a style islamic. At the time of the Moorish occupation it was impenetrable, with its three layers of ramparts protecting it and with an imposing rock face behind it.
-The hermitage of la Virgen de Gracia the arabs origin and religious architecture. This hermitage and sanctuary is dedicated to the devotion of the patron saint, La Virgen de la Gracia. This is a unique site in Andalucia because it has been built on the original site of the Arabic Mosque, while all others were destroyed.
-The churt of Santa Ana it is built at the beginning of the 16th century and then rebuilt in the 19th century and it is a religious architecture. The Church stands out with its triangular tower and is well worth a visit to see both the wealth of artistic and religious heritage inside the church.
-The convento of the Minimas is a religious architecture. The nuns continue to live their simple and reclusive life within the walls of this old building and their church has a sense of deep, intimate devotion. On the outside, you can see the brick work of the baroque tower with its splendid green and white ceramic spire.
-The Churt of el Nazareno and Escuelas Pías is founded around the middle of the 18th Century and it is a Religious and teaching architecture. This is both church and training school for the Nazarene brotherhood. You can be seen these devotees in processions during Easter week. The main door of the college and the clock tower are distinctive.
-The Plaza ochavada was built in th e18th Century it is a local/civil architecture and french style. The unusually designed octagonal plaza. Inside this 'Andalucian Patio' red brick contrasts with the bright white wash of the walls, reflecting the style of the local architecture.



-Cueva de la Menga is built in 19th century and it is axcavated. There are amny such dolmens in Andalucia but none as antequera_=)large as the Cueva de la Menga. When it was axcavated in the 19th century many hundresaf skeletons.
-The dolmens is built during the roman empire so this is Roman style. Just outside Antequera city, visit one of Antequera's most impressive sights, the dolmens. located in a park to the west of the twon
-The Convento de las Descalzas, the Barefoot Carmelitas on the square of the same are religious architecture and gothic style. Inside the heavy wiiden entrance there is a display of bakery products and prices, next to a revolving wooden door. You pull a rope which rings a bell, and then hear a woman's voice say "si" after which you give your order and place you money on the tray. The hidden nun then spins the tray around wuth the pastries emerging from the door.
-Bullring was built the 19th century is a civil architecture and it is roman style. It has two floors, giving acces to 11 stairs, eught units for the service of the runs are two stables, two pens for wild cattle, seven pens and rooms for aministration, tisketing and nursing.
-Arch of Giants is a local or civil architecture and has got gothic style.It is a construction made by municipal initiative in 1585 in the approaches of humanism, in order to replace an access Muslim corner of the fence trying to evoke with its large arch triumphal arches of the classical world.

You can not go without seeing these monuments!