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It is made up of two juxtaposed modules, the major as exteriorization of the dwelling and the minor as the enclosure of the chapel. The first is a rectangle, if you don't have the oblique line of the sidewalk, with a slight slope. The horizontal marks a general characteristic. Another feature to highlight is the vertical axis symmetry, which passes through the middle of the main door and the balcony. Likewise, the alignment of window and window axes, both of the vertical and horizontal lines, must be reviewed. They close the symmetry, reinforcement ndola, the two stone masons and the cover body that forms a trapeze. The elevation of the chapel is a rectangle of vertical arrangement and with axial symmetry of the same sign. To this the body of the sword is attached, which consists of the extension of the corner machin, rising above the maximum point of the ridge, which, in a way, breaks the symmetrical scheme, is raised by arrangement, in vertical alignment of the cover and the ass.
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