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Castells

  1. 1. Zòrita de los Canes <ul><li>Country Spain Autonomous community Castile -La Mancha Province Guadalajara Municipality Zorita de los Canes Area  - Total 20 km2 (7.7 sq mi) Population (2004)  - Total 98  -  Density 4.9/km2 (12.7/sq mi) </li></ul>
  2. 2. Campillo de Dueñas <ul><li>Campillo de Dueñas, Spain Country Spain Autonomous community Castile -La Mancha Province Guadalajara Municipality Campillo de Dueñas Area  - Total 60 km2 (23.2 sq mi) Population (2004)  - Total 111  -  </li></ul>
  3. 3. Torija <ul><li>Country Spain Autonomous community Castile -La Mancha Province Guadalajara Municipality Torija Area  - Total 35 km2 (13.5 sq mi) Population (2004)  - Total 576  -  Density 16.5/km2 (42.7/sq mi) </li></ul>
  4. 4. Consuegra <ul><li>Country Spain Autonomous community Castile -La Mancha Province Toledo Municipality Consuegra Area  - Total 358 km2 (138.2 sq mi) Elevation 704 m (2,310 ft) Population (2006)  - Total 10,538  -  Density 29.4/km2 (76.1/sq mi) </li></ul>
  5. 5. Barcience <ul><li>Country Spain Autonomous community Castile -La Mancha Province Toledo Municipality Barcience Area  - Total 19 km2 (7.3 sq mi) Elevation 513 m (1,683 ft) Population (2006)  - Total 214  -  Density 11.3/km2 (29.3/sq mi) </li></ul>
  6. 6. Calatrava la nueva <ul><li>Its name is a reference to the Order of Calatrava , which was originally situated in Calatrava la Vieja , 60 km to the north. In 1217, the Order of Calatrava moved to Calatrava la Nueva. Thus, the original site became known as &quot;Calatrava la Vieja&quot; (&quot;Old Calatrava&quot;) and the new site as Calatrava la Nueva (“New Calatrava”). </li></ul>
  7. 7. Uclés <ul><li>Country Spain Autonomous community Castile -La Mancha Province Cuenca Municipality Uclés Area  - Total 64 km2 (24.7 sq mi) Population (2004)  - Total 287  -  Density 4.5/km2 (11.7/sq mi) </li></ul>
  8. 8. Sigüenza The city fell under Roman , Visigothic , Moorish and Castilian rule. Around 1123, it was taken by Bernard of Agen , its first bishop. Sigüenza played a large part in the civil wars of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries . The fortress palace of the bishops, an earlier Moorish qasbah , was captured in 1297 by the partisans of the Infantes de la Cerda , and in 1355 it was the prison of Blanche of Bourbon , consort of Pedro the Cruel . In 1465 Diego López of Madrid, having usurped the miter , fortified himself there.
  9. 9. Almansa <ul><li>Almansa is a Spanish town and municipality in the province of Albacete , part of the autonomous community of Castile -La Mancha . The municipality borders with Alicante , Valencia and Murcia . </li></ul>
  10. 10. Molina de Aragon <ul><li>Molina de Aragón, Spain Country Spain Autonomous community Castile -La Mancha Province Guadalajara Municipality Molina de Aragón Area - Total 168 km2 (64.9 sq mi) Population (2004)  - Total 3,478  -  Density 20.7/km2 (53.6/sq mi) . </li></ul>

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