Mill of Guatiza

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Mill of Guatiza
Guatiza mill, Guatiza had three mills in 1920, Guatiza mill was restored in the 70s, and is currently the best preserved of Lanzarote.
Lanzarote mills, also popularly known as windmills "male". This mill four blades, the cover is made of sheets of zinc finished in red tile. The walls are thick, over a meter wide and with a circular plant, were among the first of this type that appeared in the Archipelago. This kind of mill Canary reached shortly after the conquest, although it was not until the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century when the building was extended. This slow growth was due to expensive construction costs.

 

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