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Hello friends and colleagues, today I present a view of the castle Cazorla on the south of the Square Log, with mountains in the background, façade villa Cazorla is located south of the Sierra and the same name National Park, I hope you like it, then some letters on the villa.

Cazorla is a municipality located east of the province of Jaén, in the autonomous community of Andalusia, Spain. It is the largest and capital municipality of the Shire Sierra de Cazorla. It is located in the foothills of the Sierra de Cazorla, in the valley of Cerezuelo River, a tributary of the Guadalquivir. Around 2,000 BC, in the oldest river terraces Cerezuelo Cazorla, the first stable settlements were established. Near here, on a hill known as the Hill of Bellotón, a small town in the culture of Bronze (1500 BC.) Is located. The Ibera culture developed significantly in these lands. During the romanization, the Romans settled in this region, known as "Saltus Tugiensis" named their saws as "Mons Argentarius" the riches of silver and salt found here. The Roman presence is extensive in the county, and even found some important remains within the current town of Cazorla. During the Muslim occupation, both Cazorla and neighboring localities will strengthen, as indicated by archaeological findings. The Lordship of Cazorla during the Middle Ages was a border area of ​​great importance. Evidence of this is the dense network of castles and fortresses to delimit the Advancement created in 1231 with the donation of the town of Quesada and villages by Ferdinand III the prelate of Toledo. In the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries litigation between the Crown and the Mitre by issues of jurisdiction, privileges and rents that impoverished the Lordship originated. In 1811, the Cadiz abolished the civil jurisdiction of the Mitra Toledana on these lands, although not happen the same with the church. Cazorla and other towns and villages continue Overtaking dependent archbishopric of Toledo until 1954 during the war of independence, the people of this district were distinguished for their patriotism, fighting heroically against the invader. Remains of the rawness of the moment, are the ruins of the cathedral of Santa Maria, which was destroyed and never finished completely, the invader. As a reward for services so high, the Parliament of Cadiz, granted, on April 1, 1813 to the town of Cazorla, the title of city with the distinction of "Very Noble and Very Loyal". Later Alfonso XII Cazorla rewarded loyalty to the Crown, when the Carlist Wars, giving his Excellency Hall category.
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Model: NIKON D3100
Software: PhotoScape
Exposure Time: 10/5000 sec
F-Stop: f/9.0
ISO Speed Ratings: 400
Focal Length: 66 mm
Date Taken: 2013-04-22 15:03
Metering Mode: Center Weighted Average
File Size: 6565 kb

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