Lucía SantosAdrián PoloEva EscribanoAlejandro FletaAmelia DenningKatie NeedhamCharlie MillwardGeorge Lavender
The last biggest flood of ebro river was in 1871The biggest flood of Ebro river in Zaragoza was in1961, and the flow was 4...
No, because the Ebro river is regulatedand controlled. Also a lot of swampshave been built.
Positive: Floodings brings yieldings, fertilescrops and creating ecosystem of greatecological value. Negative: human victi...
Stone bridge1-Stone bridge is made up of this rock :Shelly limestone (lumachelle
The quarry in which this rock has been taken isthe Fuendetodos limestone quarry
This monumenthonors someZaragoza’s citizenskilled by the FrenchArmy duringIndependence War(1808)
Summarize the information  about Stone bridge’s history Left margin of Ebro river   In 1517 several centuries was a conect...
Summarize the information  about Stone bridge’s history During Independence War, Stone Bridge played an important role in ...
The lions are asymbol of the city,the guardiansand they appearin the shield ofZaragoza
PICTURE OF STONE RIVER FROM THE NAUTIC  CLUB.We can see some river level testers and  buoys
PICTURE OF THE FOUNDATIONS OF THEDESTROYED TABLAS BRIDGE.
PICTURE OF THE SEWAGE
Lucía SantosAdrián PoloEva EscribanoAlejandro FletaAmelia DenningKatie NeedhamCharlie MillwardGeorge Lavender             ...
Copia de santiago and stone bridges [modo de compatibilidad]
Copia de santiago and stone bridges [modo de compatibilidad]
Copia de santiago and stone bridges [modo de compatibilidad]
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Copia de santiago and stone bridges [modo de compatibilidad]

  1. 1. Lucía SantosAdrián PoloEva EscribanoAlejandro FletaAmelia DenningKatie NeedhamCharlie MillwardGeorge Lavender
  2. 2. The last biggest flood of ebro river was in 1871The biggest flood of Ebro river in Zaragoza was in1961, and the flow was 4130 m3/s
  3. 3. No, because the Ebro river is regulatedand controlled. Also a lot of swampshave been built.
  4. 4. Positive: Floodings brings yieldings, fertilescrops and creating ecosystem of greatecological value. Negative: human victims and materiallosts.
  5. 5. Stone bridge1-Stone bridge is made up of this rock :Shelly limestone (lumachelle
  6. 6. The quarry in which this rock has been taken isthe Fuendetodos limestone quarry
  7. 7. This monumenthonors someZaragoza’s citizenskilled by the FrenchArmy duringIndependence War(1808)
  8. 8. Summarize the information about Stone bridge’s history Left margin of Ebro river In 1517 several centuries was a conection later “Nuestra señora de between the Pyrenees Jesus convent” was and Catalonia. created . During the andalusi’s In 1647 was created period was known as Arboleda de Macanaz “Arrabal de curtidores” (Tannery quarter) In 1224 San Lazaro convent was founded by Jaime I
  9. 9. Summarize the information about Stone bridge’s history During Independence War, Stone Bridge played an important role in the battles. In 1861 the track line from Barcelona to Zaragoza was installed “Compañía de los Caminos de Hierro del Norte” Station was built . As a consequence a new neighbourhood with Meanwhile, the left margin agricultural products of Ebro’s river was a place increased the industrial for citizens entertainment development of Zaragoza
  10. 10. The lions are asymbol of the city,the guardiansand they appearin the shield ofZaragoza
  11. 11. PICTURE OF STONE RIVER FROM THE NAUTIC CLUB.We can see some river level testers and buoys
  12. 12. PICTURE OF THE FOUNDATIONS OF THEDESTROYED TABLAS BRIDGE.
  13. 13. PICTURE OF THE SEWAGE
  14. 14. Lucía SantosAdrián PoloEva EscribanoAlejandro FletaAmelia DenningKatie NeedhamCharlie MillwardGeorge Lavender Teacher: Silvia Diaz.
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