This 20th century, square brick-chimney is around 5 metres tall. The relevance of this structure lies in its ethnographic value. It is a symbol of the traditional industrial activity developed in the town at that time. It is also an identifiable landmark of its cityscape.
Original Cruzcampo Beer Factory in Seville: an historical key spot in Seville industrial development, now dedicated to Cruzcampo Foundation’s social purposes.
Peñaflor’s flour factory was an industrial benchmark for the town between the late 19th and mid-20th centuries. Not only because of the activity developed, but also because it represents a remarkable legacy that -in historical terms- represents a significant part of the history and the human and professional experiences of that time.
This building was commissioned to the Sevillian master-builder Ambrosio de Figueroa in the 18th century by the San Juan Bautista Church. According to the books, it was used to store and restore the Church’s furnishings. It was also used as a granary. The building belonged to the parish, as evidence by the Cross of St John on the main gate.
Fernandez and Roche have been making high quality hats since 1885. Their production philosophy is based on three cornerstones: craftsmanship, quality raw materials and progress.
Production of beers following traditional methods, using only quality raw materials, thus achieving a 100% natural product, with no filtration, pasteurisation or additives.
This family-owned company specialises in the production of “tortas de aceite” and traditional confectionery products, based on the Mediterranean diet. Upita de los Reyes products are characterised by the quality of their raw materials: extra virgin olive oil, 100% pure honey, Condado de Huelva PDO wine, spices and natural flavourings.