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Aljub de la Font Santa

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Type  Rainwater storage well
Completed  1673 (1673)
Owner  Ajuntament de Campos
Address  Campos
Country  Majorca, Spain
Client  Juries of Campos
Opened  1673
Construction started  1671
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Alternative names  Aljub des banyos Aljub de Cas Donat

Aljub de la Font Santa ("Font Santa's Well", also known as Aljub des banyos or Aljub de Cas Donat) is an historic building, housing a rainwater storage well, in the municipality of Campos, Majorca. It was built in 1671–1673, during the restoration of the adjacent Church of Saint Joan de la Font Santa, by remodelling the bathing room of a house known as Ca's Donat.


Map of Aljub de la Font Santa, 07639, Illes Balears, Spain

It used a double filter system and delivered water to external and internal wash basins, as well a drinking troughs for animals.

It had a capacity of 400,000 litres (88,000 imp gal) and was in use until the late nineteenth century.


The well was restored in 2007–2009. A stone plaque affixed to it states:

The restoration of this well, started in 2007 and completed in 2009, was unveiled by Mayor of Campos Mr. Guillem Ginard Sala and President of the Commonwealth of South Mallorca Mr. Joan Juan Pons. 8 May 2009


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