Built at the beginning of the 20th century, the Tol schools consist of a rectangular building with two floors, although the lower floor is only perceptible from the side and the rear façade. The roof is hipped, made of slate. Inside they had two classrooms, one for girls and one for boys.

The openings are rhythmically distributed along the façade, forming as lintel openings with a recircum at the top, which correspond to windows and access doors to the building.


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