Coordinates 227

Uploaded May 19, 2019

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near Pozo de la Higuera, Castilla-La Mancha (España)

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CAVE MEDIA BARBA

The legend of the "Bandolero Roche" tells that this was not a vulgar thief who was assigned to assault poor walkers. Roche, a distinguished man who, forced by his principles, did not decide to accept surrender with the new reign of Alfonso XII. Roche was a bandit man, a man with education and principles, and as such was feared by the powerful inhabitants of the area and remembered with affection by the people of the place. At this point we can observe the place where Roche was hiding. In addition to its magnificent views that were already enjoyed by its first settlers of the iron age.
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BOUQUET OF ROCHE

It is said that this graphite is a bouquet that Roche wanted to dedicate to his girlfriend with whom he married, being she a minor, even though he was not very loved by that family.
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ROMAN ROAD

ROMAN ROAD AD ARAS TO AD PALEM The Romans already discovered that these places were ideal for their commercial routes.
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WATERHOLE LA BUITRERA

MEDICINAL WATER In this place the first settlers, the Romans, the bandit Roche and now we can stock a water that says the legend that has medicinal properties.
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CAVE OF HORADADA

And during the journey we can appreciate the majesty and mystery of this impressive cave. As well as its mysterious forms that surround it
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PETROGLYPHS

The first settlers left us their paintings in their shelters and their mysteries in the stones.
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MIDDAY CAVE

The first settlers of the place already discovered these magnificent places and so they drew it.
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CAVE PAINTINGS

The first settlers of the place already discovered these magnificent places and so they drew it.
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VALEO OF ROCHE

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THE CHURCH YARD

Awesome
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VIEWPOINT ROCHE

Magical
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RIVER OF MORTERUELO

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ROMAN WINERY

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MONTAIN OF SANTOS

PICASSO INSPIRATION The statuary of Cerro de los Santos is another of Picasso's sources of inspiration, especially as regards portrait heads. In his pictorial work this influence is clear in such important paintings as Las Señoritas de Avignon. " Susana González Reyero, Carmen Rueda Galán (2010; 147) Imágenes de los Iberos, ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación, CSIC.

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