Within the different zones that make up the Valley of Colours of Jaizkibel, going up one of the slopes of the cliffs to the left of the "red zone", is the "White Zone". Unlike the "Red Zone", this zone has a fragile, sensitive and delicate structure and tonality that is completely different from the previous one, much stronger, aggressive and dramatic. In this particular area, white sandstone formations, geometric lines and white and grey tones predominate. On sunny days the illuminated part dyes the shapes and space with warmth, contrasting with the interior cavities in which shadows predominate.
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