Lucio del valle madrid

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His professional career began with his move to Valencia, where he distinguished himself as one of the great engineering promises of the time. He quickly began to receive distinctions for his work. On March 8, 1842 he was awarded the Cross of Knight of the Order of Isabella the Catholic for the irrigation arrangements of the Murviedro irrigation ditch. On May 13, 1843 he is named Honorary Academician of the Royal Academy of San Carlos of Valencia and on May 6, 1849 her Majesty Isabel II names him secretary of her royal person.

In 1855 he returned to Madrid to participate in the construction of the Isabel II Canal,[5] which would supply water to the capital. For this work in 1858 he was awarded the Grand Cross of the Order of Carlos III.

On February 7, 1859 he was elected member of the Royal Academy of Exact, Physical and Natural Sciences[7] with a speech on the Influence of Exact and Natural Sciences in the Arts of Construction and more particularly in those in which iron is the main working element, and he took office on April 7, 1861.

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His professional career began with his move to Valencia, where he distinguished himself as one of the great engineering promises of the moment. He quickly began to receive distinctions for his work. On March 8, 1842 he was awarded the Cross of Knight of the Order of Isabella the Catholic for the irrigation arrangements of the Murviedro irrigation ditch. On May 13, 1843 he is named Honorary Academician of the Royal Academy of San Carlos of Valencia and on May 6, 1849 her Majesty Isabel II names him secretary of her royal person.

In 1855 he returned to Madrid to participate in the construction of the Isabel II Canal,[5] which would supply water to the capital. For this work in 1858 he was awarded the Grand Cross of the Order of Carlos III.

On February 7, 1859 he was elected member of the Royal Academy of Exact, Physical and Natural Sciences[7] with a speech on the Influence of Exact and Natural Sciences in the Arts of Construction and more particularly in those in which iron is the main working element, and he took office on April 7, 1861.

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In 2015, on the occasion of the bicentennial of his birth, we were able to visit the exhibition Lucio del Valle (1815-1874). Engineering and photography. La Ingeniería de Caminos en el siglo XIX, in the Sala La Arquería de Nuevos Ministerios, and learn about his figure and his work.

In the case of the Canal de Isabel II, he commissioned the photographer Charles Clifford the Album of Views of the Canal Works; and for the reform of Sol, he commissioned the same Clifford photographs before (1857) and after the works (1862).

In addition, very close to the First Deposit and the Lozoya fountain, in Chamberí, -there where the water that would gradually allow the installation of running water taps in the houses of Madrid arrived for the first time-, since 1880 a street remembers him, the street of Lucio del Valle.

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His professional career begins with his move to Valencia, where he distinguishes himself as one of the great engineering promises of the moment. He quickly began to receive distinctions for his work. On March 8, 1842 he was awarded the Cross of Knight of the Order of Isabella the Catholic for the irrigation arrangements of the Murviedro irrigation ditch. On May 13, 1843 he is named Honorary Academician of the Royal Academy of San Carlos of Valencia and on May 6, 1849 her Majesty Isabel II names him secretary of her royal person.

In 1855 he returned to Madrid to participate in the construction of the Isabel II Canal,[5] which would supply water to the capital. For this work in 1858 he was awarded the Grand Cross of the Order of Carlos III.

On February 7, 1859 he was elected member of the Royal Academy of Exact, Physical and Natural Sciences[7] with a speech on the Influence of Exact and Natural Sciences in the Arts of Construction and more particularly in those in which iron is the main working element, and he took office on April 7, 1861.

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