Dry stone

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The dry stone constructions are present in the sorroundings of the villages. Walls, margins and huts are the most frequent.
This road, where cattle were took walked up, is surrounded by small hay fields. To prevent animals from entering, it was closed with walls that followed the road.
These stone walls were used in other places to promote the space needed for the path. There are points where they raise high to 2m.
Also the walls act as retaining margins, to achieve flat surfaces where you can cultivate crops.