Lamarmora laundry, situated in a unique location and picturesque on the Nebida coast, was built in 1897 by the "Société anonyme Nebida."
Its realization with sea view was necessary to facilitate the transport of minerals from the place of extraction of the peninsula, and have on hand the large amount of water needed for this type of work.
This system worked until the mid-thirties in 1998 and has undergone restoration and consolidation of the Superintendent of Cagliari and Oristano.
It is remarkable offshore.
Le lavoir Lamarmora, situé dans un emplacement unique et pittoresque sur la côte de Nebida a été construit en 1897 par la «Société anonyme Nebida."
Sa réalisation avec vue sur la mer était nécessaire pour faciliter le transport des minerais en provenance du lieu d'extraction de la péninsule, et avoir sous la main la grande quantité d'eau nécessaire pour ce type de travail.
Ce système a fonctionné jusqu'au milieu des années trente en 1998 et a fait l'objet d'une restauration et de consolidation par le surintendant de Cagliari et d'Oristano.
Il est remarquable depuis le large.
La laveria Lamarmora,
ubicata in una singolare e suggestiva posizione lungo la costa di
Nebida venne costruita nel 1897 dalla “Società anonima di Nebida”.
La sua realizzazione a strapiombo
sul mare fu necessaria per facilitare il trasporto dei minerali dai
luoghi di estrazione alla penisola, ed avere a portata di mano la grande
quantità d’acqua necessaria per quel tipo di lavorazione.
Questo impianto che ha funzionato fino alla metà degli anni
trenta, nel 1998 è stato oggetto di un’opera di restauro e
consolidamento da parte della Soprintendenza di Cagliari e Oristano.
E' notevole dal largo.
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