Copia huerva river mouth walk [modo de compatibilidad]

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Copia huerva river mouth walk [modo de compatibilidad]

  1. 1. Huerva River Mouth WalkAndrea JimenoÁlvaro LafuenteSilvia JuanedaLaura Davies GibsonBen JohnsonJessica WithfieldAmber
  2. 2. Mark with the cross in the map the places that you have visited
  3. 3. The Iron bridge
  4. 4. Picture of the “soto” on the riverbank
  5. 5. Some pictures of the Huerva river´s mouth.(Huerva river is a tributary of Ebro river)
  6. 6. 1-When was the Huerva river covered?Display table In the 20’s and 30’s. For the “ensanche”, to built streets over the river. 2-What is called “Ojo del Canal”?. The water not used from the “Canal Imperial” goes to Huerva river, which water turns into other colour when both waters mixed 3- When did the biggest flood of Huerva river take place? In september of 1830, 19th century
  7. 7. 4- Say different names for Huerva river through historic times. Olca, Nhat Warba, La Güerba, El río del aceite. El Río del aceite was called that because of the olive trees found along the banks of the river. The river waters the plants.
  8. 8. 5-Name two birds that we can find on the Huerva riverside• Martín pescador• Pájaro moscón
  9. 9. Display “Camino Natural”
  10. 10. Huerva river crosses Bruil Park • You can see that Huerva river is covered in some parts of its course. But it crosses a park, the Bruil Park. • Bruil Park was the garden of Mr Bruil old Manor in XIX century.
  11. 11. Azud del EbroYou can see that water is still. .
  12. 12. Azud del Ebro • 1-What is the cause? • Azud means “dam”, so water forms a pool • 2- What is the purpose of this? • In order to boats be able to sail. • To regulate the water level of the river.

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