It consists mainly of a habit at, burial and military structures corresponding to stages hispanorom ana, Visigoth, m usu lmana, the to and under mediate vouchers cri stianas and a deserted from the late sixteenth to the twentieth century where it appears denomi swim as Malamonedilla.
Moreover, it has proved the existence of scattered remnants of Paleolithic lithic character of quartzite, related both to t he Cedena river deposits as the Arroyo de Malamoneda.
The site preserves buildings of great care structures nce to rqueológica, mo num ental and even funerary art such as two sections votive Roman type and a striped tower attached to all the wilderness that is still preserved in the form of livestock.
There are also plenty of evidence aJ development property belonging depopulated (with the presence of a possible chapel since 1526 Malamoneda Church or Our Lady of Grace), which reuse previous elements built into its wall facings, as w ell ta lso many archaeological remains type of furniture scattered plots both described the object as in the area of protection.
Interpretation center Malamoneda
Located in the town of Hontanar, this center is intended to provide comprehensive information Despoblado of Malamoneda. In the Centre, municipally owned, are explanatory panels of various historical periods occurred in the old town as well as photographs that can be seen over time in this strange place.
Church of St. Andrew the Apostle
Simple construction of a single ship, with headboard and belfry square feet. On the southwest side the old schools of children (today rectory) and a side sacristy were added. In front of her there is a formerly round square. The main façade has simple entrance, arch, and she is crowned, for staggered façade, a belfry with two openings, whose cornice is topped with pearls. In the northeast side open, in head and nave, rectangular openings with stained glass. The building has masonry factory ship and belfry, in the head and presents Toledo rig sacristy with brick piers and revoked between the pillars. The mortar is trabadura. The design seems to respond to three distinct construction phases biene, apart from the most current. It was built in the sixteenth century and the last renovation dates from 2000 when several restorations at the altar, the ceiling or the floor of the church were made.