Conjunto de viviendas urbanas

In Ramón de Campoamor street there is a group of houses resulting from the urban expansion of Navia in the 19th century. In these constructions the same scheme is repeated: rectangular floor plan with three heights and regular distribution of the openings, with the access openings appearing on the lower floor (normally in the form of lowered arches, although there are also lintel openings), while in the upper floors There are flush balconies, with external opening windows. The roofs are gabled, using the exterior plastered and painted slate masonry as a construction material, highlighting the openings in the openings.


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