Jardines Street

This was the first street to be laid out in La Carolina, running from the Church Square to the Town Hall Square, with a peculiar configuration as it incorporates gardens at the entrance to the houses, which gave it its name. With the extension along  Real Street, it forms the central and historic axis of the urban fabric. Some of the oldest houses conserve the trellises and the characteristic colonial typology. Others, on the other hand, were transformed into stately homes with the mining boom, making this street one of the most representative of the municipality.
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