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- cathedral in the book: “The Cathedral has thick and strong walls made of mamposteria (rubblework) of 3 varas; it’s crucero measures 73.91 meters in length...
- permanent structure was erected. Built of coral stones with the technique of mamposteria, this structural foundation expanded to become the Cathedral. Within...
- governor of Puerto Rico. The basic structure of the small temple is mampostería ordinaria or stones held together by mortar or cement. It is a one-story-high...
- island". Originally pre-dating the church, one was used as the Casa de Mamposteria (house of masons) during construction of the church. The main house was...
- hall. On its right is a road linked to the old cemetery (Cementerio de Mamposteria) which is now the Muni****l Nursery. A strong earthquake hit Bohol island...
- and many people are afraid of reporting them to the police. Puente de Mampostería 16th-century (Masonry bridge). The town gets its name from this bridge...
- foundation and lower parts are ashlar, but the upper areas are built in mampostería, the traditional dry stonework of the region. The modest facade features...
- nº 124. April 1931. SCA and CEA. Buenos Aires, Argentina. "Cedió la mampostería de La Bola de Nieve y afortunadamente no hubo heridos". La Capital (in...
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