Basic details Name: Hórreos of Bueño
Description: With near 50 hórreos and paneras (corn cribs), we can almost say that in this village there are as many barns as houses. The density of these buldings and their good state allows Bueño to show off about being a real village. Its paths and alleys and its estates keep an essentially Asturian harmony, an archetype of rural identity. The care for its patrimony is really surprising and a vey well signposted route, “Paseo de los hórreos de Bueño”, gives us details of the main characteristics of these centenarian agrarian storehouses in numerous boards with identifying texts and pictures. It is pleasant ethnographic walk that will allow us to observe hórreos (corn cribs) from different ages, from the 16th to the 20th century. Eleven of them were built during the 18th century. The older one, dated from the 16th century and built in the centre of the village, stands out due to the huge thickness of its wooden beams, which testify the existence of the dense woods of the age.
- Type: Civil Architecture, Ethnographic
- Characteristics: Other
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- Opening dates: All year