BRITISH LIVE IN 1900 "BELLA VISTA" Daniel Garrido Cristina Fidalgo Anabel Cárdenas Cristian Mora
Bella Vista Bella Vista is the old quarter of the British people. Retains many ancient monuments, although they are reformed.
Anglican Chapel Before Now One of the first building in the center of Vella Vista was the Anglican chapel (which survives today), this building was made in a heap next to Corta Atalaya, note the gable roof, which is totally different to the traditional Andalusian architecture.
Social Club The English Club of Bella Vista has got different parts: the Men Only, which is for over eighteen years, the Pool, where there is a pool table, then there is the large living room, where they celebrate holidays like Christmas ...; There are two pools, one large and one small, and finally there are also tennis courts, which anciently and today is playing tennis. .
Cricket The Cricket was a typical sport in British (1900)
Casa Consejo • In this house, lived the main manager (official) of “Riotinto Company”
House 21 Dining room Hall Living room RoomCasa nº 21
The house number 21 is the museum's current home at Bella Vista. Here have lived heads of the mine. Today, the house is decorated as formely to get an idea of how they used the houses.
Cementery • Here we can see the tombs of the most important people of this neighbourdhood, from babies to old people.
The Staff The arrival of the British in 1873 at the Rio Tinto mining basin represented a revolution in methods of mining that was done at that time.But more in terms of social relations in the region, the state sold theine ms and all that its perimeter covered by 96 million pesetas, keep in mind that at the beginning of last century was the company with the largest number of workers at Nationally, this was an omnipresent power in any establishment not only provincial, but also nationally.The Rio Tinto Company Limited was more than a mining company, played the role in the region that the State did not exercise, developing a paternalistic work miners currently unthinkable.This influence is not only developed in the methods of exploitation, also the architecture, cuisine, and provincial development were influenced by the British presence, we have numerous examples of this activity in Huelva.Just remember that these were brought to Spain the football, golf, tennis etc, MINERAL FOUNDRY
TYPICAL FOOD PORK BACON AND EGGS ROAST TURKEY TEA AND COOKIES
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