Zamakola Mill

Zamakola Mill

Art & Culture

Cultural Heritage

Even though the exact date of the building's construction is unknown, we are certain that there used to be a mill on this location in the 18th century. Zamakola is both a mill and a "caserio" or typical Basque farm-house; that is, apart from the mill facilities, the house is its owners residence. According to the plaque on its façade, the building underwent deep restoration works in 1874. It has a square plan, three floors and hipped roof. This caserio is built in stone masonry, except for the buiding's corners and openings, in cut stone masonry. The mill can be considered an example of Neo-classical popular architecture.

Information of interest

Type of resources
Interesting buildings and structures
Monument type

Mill and caserio (typical Basque farm house)

Address
Barrio Indusi - 48141 Dima
Phone
Artistic style
Neoclassical
Period
19th century

Services

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  • Guided visit