Graduation tower


Graduation tower

Gradation towers have been known since the Middle Ages.

They are composed of intricate weavings of special wild shrubs crossed by harmonious cascades of saline water.

The evaporation of water and the pulverization caused by the falling effect release saline ions into the environment, creating the aforementioned Marine Microclimate.

Over time, the salt deposits on the branches, forming white salt stalactites, creating a visually striking aesthetic effect.

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