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  1. St. Armiñan, 10
  2. Artist Society (Place of Socorro)
  3. St. María Cabrera, 17
  4. House in the Place Del Socorro
  5. St. Remedios, 19.
  6. St. Tenorio, 2.
  7. Victoria Hotel.
  8. St. Espinel, 21.
  9. St. Espinel, 19.
  10. St. Sevilla, 9.
  11. St. Armiñán, 53
  12. St. Armiñán, 59
  13. St. Virgen de los Dolores, 4.
  14. Fence in the street Virgen de los Dolores, 19

 

At the beginning of the 20th Century the city of Ronda favoured the construction of a series of buildings that showed a preference for the modernist appearance and really contributed to change the aspect of the streets where they were built, giving the city a modern look. This progression was consistent with an era of moderate economic prosperity that came with the arrival of the Railway and the blossoming of a middle class.