Quesera de Bravo

Quesera de Bravo

La Quesera de Bravo, is located in the heart of Malpaís de La Corona, near the Jameos del Agua, not far from a series of deep houses; was located by ML Socas and T. Bravo, knowing also by the surname of this Canarian geologist.

The majos (aboriginal) built these constructions in a flat surface, carving into the basaltic rock, a series of channels elongated, more or less parallel, several meters long and, at its At the same time, they present some small internal divisions.

Their name refers to the resemblance they have to a gigantic mold for making cheese, although, of course, they have nothing to do with with such duties. In fact, today it continues to be a enigma its useful

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