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  • The weather of Los Pedroches
    Gastronomía Naturaleza Metereología Main Menu Los Pedroches Municipalities How to get there Where to Sleep Where to Eat Routes Parties and Traditions Gastronomy Nature The Weather Oferts Spot Oferts Polls Link Enlaces Quién está en línea Tenemos 11 invitados conectado s Who is on line Tenemos 11 invitados conectado s The weather of Los Pedroches Alcaracejos Añora Belalcázar Cardeña Conquista Dos Torres El Guijo El Viso Fuente la Lancha Hinojosa

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  • Oferts
    Naturaleza Metereología Main Menu Los Pedroches Municipalities How to get there Where to Sleep Where to Eat Routes Parties and Traditions Gastronomy Nature The Weather Oferts Spot Oferts Polls Link Enlaces Quién está en línea Tenemos 11 invitados conectado s

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  • Alcaracejos
    Eufemia Torrecampo Villaralto Vvª de Córdoba Vvª del Duque Oferts Polls Link Enlaces Quién está en línea Tenemos 11 invitados conectado s Who is on line Tenemos 11 invitados conectado s Alcaracejos The Calatraveño Pass is a well known landmark and forms a natural entrance to the south of the Pedroches Valley The Rivers Cuzna and Guadalbarbo carve out their attractive valleys while the Chimorra hill stands above a permanent witness to the former prosperity of the local mines The town of Alcaracejos seems to be crucified on the crossroads as motorists hurtle past along the two busy main roads which intersect the town a stark contrast with the peaceful atmosphere of the local streets with their granite doorways and whitewashed walls The area around the town is representative of the four types of Pedroches countryside arable lands olive groves wooded pasture land for sheep and cattle and Mediterranean mountain scrubland The most interesting remains from the period of Arab rule are the series of Arabic water mills on the streams which descend from the Sierra Morena foothills The granite lintels are the most notable feature of the traditional village houses with their tiny windows and vaulted ceilings in the

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  • Añora
    Villaralto Vvª de Córdoba Vvª del Duque Oferts Polls Link Enlaces Quién está en línea Tenemos 11 invitados conectado s Who is on line Tenemos 11 invitados conectado s Añora The place name Añora comes from the Arabic word for waterwheel naura Historians tell differing versions of how the town was founded although it seems clear that the first inhabitants of Añora came from the nearby town of Torremilano and Añora remained under the jurisdiction of its neighbour until it was granted its independence Añora must have been founded in the second half of the C 14th which is when other new towns started to spring up in the region around Pedroche and Torremilano On 27th May 1553 the title of Villa Town was granted by the Crown and it became a part of the Seven Towns of the Pedroches an unattached territory which was dependent on the jurisdiction of Cordoba until these communal lands were shared out in the mid 19th century The town is well known for its popular architecture whole streets with facades of stone blocks with the mortar painted in white The crosses which stand in squares and along the streets are decorated at the beginning

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  • Belalcázar
    Link Enlaces Quién está en línea Tenemos 11 invitados conectado s Who is on line Tenemos 11 invitados conectado s Belalcázar The aristocratic past of this village is obvious in the grandeur of its buildings and the most interesting are religious in origin The present village was founded by the Arabs around the 8th century and known at the end by the name of Gafiq which was changed to Gahete after the Christian conquest The most important phase in its history started in 1444 when Juan II granted the village together with the neighbouring Hinojosa to the master of Alcantara Gutierrez de Sotomayor as a reward for his services in the war against the infante Don Enrique Elvira de Zuñiga won in 1466 for her son Gutierrez II the title of count and finished off the building work on the family castle which caused the village s name to be changed to Belalcazar from bello alcazar meaning attractive castle Belalcazar was then named capital of the county which also included Hinojosa Villanueva del Duque and Fuente la Lancha and it was ruled from 1518 by the Dukes of Bejar PLACES TO VISIT Square of the Town Hall San Antonio de

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  • Cardeña
    Córdoba Vvª del Duque Oferts Polls Link Enlaces Quién está en línea Tenemos 11 invitados conectado s Who is on line Tenemos 11 invitados conectado s Cardeña Formerly a group of inns on the road from Cordoba to Toledo at the heart of the Natural Park of Cardeña Montoro Mountains Here you can walk for miles along the course of the Yeguas River among woods of Pyrenean oaks and more open pasture land dotted with holm oaks amid one of the best preserved eco systems in the Sierra Morena mountain range Other species of oaks abound here such as the gall oak and cork oak home to some of the last surviving wolves and lynxes in Andalusia Right in the middle of the park stands Aldea de El Cerezo with its humble stone cottages which have been refurbished as rural guest houses Traditional species of game abound in the park and are the mainstay of the local cuisine wild boar deer rabbit hare partridge turtle doves and pigeons There are charming village streets with whitewashed walls not only in Cardeña but also in Azuel and Venta del Charco PLACES TO VISIT Cardeña Astronomy Observatory Parish Church of Nuestra Señora del

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  • Conquista
    late Medieval period around a group of inns which existed to provide shelter and help for travellers on the Camino de la Plata Silver Route between Cordoba and Toledo and the town has grown up around the original line of houses along the roadway with their old granite doorways and original vaulted ceilings inside During its early years Conquista played a vital but dangerous role on the Silver Route as

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  • Dos Torres
    invitados conectado s Dos Torres Dos Torres is a village steeped in history whose origins go back as far as the Late Middle Ages 14th 15th centuries However these lands were inhabited in ancient times in the Paleaolithic period and in Roman times Present day Dos Torres was formed after a government edict on c 11th December 1839 declared the amalgamation into one town of the two adjacent villages Torremilano and Torrefranca which had always been very closely linked historically although not so close in terms of political administration Torrefranca was one of the villages which made up the old County of Santa Eufemia whereas Torremilano belonged to the Seven Towns of Los Pedroches Throughout the historic centre of Dos Torres the use of granite and high quality wrought iron window bars has been preserved over the centuries and there are also fine examples of religious architecture Outstandingly attractive and original architectural features can be seen everywhere in bridges hermitages churches or most of all in the houses with their sculpted doorways remarkable lintels and noble coats of arms which reflect the importance of the village in the past The layout of the village houses has changed little over the

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