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2018-08-26_03-09-58
2018-08-26_03-09-58
  • Author: juanmmolera Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-08-21 20:40:29
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 38°34'37"N - 5°10'14"W
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2018-08-26_03-05-55
2018-08-26_03-05-55
  • Author: juanmmolera Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-08-24 20:38:18
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 38°33'12"N - 5°11'33"W
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2018-08-26_03-05-14
2018-08-26_03-05-14
  • Author: juanmmolera Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-08-24 21:18:26
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 38°34'31"N - 5°10'25"W
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Animales
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P9171162
P9171162
  • Author: simonrwilkinson Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-09-17 11:13:04
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 38°34'50"N - 5°10'1"W
  • Belalcázar, Cordoba, Spain Castillo de Belalcázar Also known as Castle of Sotomayor, was built in the C15th when King John II of Castile granted these lands to Guitierre de Sotomayor to govern them as Count of Belalcázar. The outer wall was reinforced with rectangular towers. Inside the outside walls remains the rectangular fortress a castle with eight towers - one at each corner and another one in the middle of each side.
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P9171166
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  • Date of photography: 2017-09-17 11:20:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 38°34'50"N - 5°10'1"W
  • Belalcázar, Cordoba, Spain Castillo de Belalcázar Also known as Castle of Sotomayor, was built in the C15th when King John II of Castile granted these lands to Guitierre de Sotomayor to govern them as Count of Belalcázar. The outer wall was reinforced with rectangular towers. Inside the outside walls remains the rectangular fortress a castle with eight towers - one at each corner and another one in the middle of each side.
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P9171167
P9171167
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  • Date of photography: 2017-09-17 11:20:51
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 38°34'50"N - 5°10'1"W
  • Belalcázar, Cordoba, Spain Castillo de Belalcázar Also known as Castle of Sotomayor, was built in the C15th when King John II of Castile granted these lands to Guitierre de Sotomayor to govern them as Count of Belalcázar. The outer wall was reinforced with rectangular towers. Inside the outside walls remains the rectangular fortress a castle with eight towers - one at each corner and another one in the middle of each side.
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P9171173
P9171173
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  • Date of photography: 2017-09-17 11:27:39
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 38°34'50"N - 5°10'1"W
  • Belalcázar, Cordoba, Spain Castillo de Belalcázar Fuente del Pilar The 40-meter-long trough, as well as being used for laundry purposes, formed an irrigation pool for the adjacent orchards. The construction dates back to 1570.
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Castillo de Belálcazar
Castillo de  Belálcazar
  • Author: ferlancor Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2013-05-05 18:42:55
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 38°34'47"N - 5°9'51"W
  • Este castillo se comenzó a construir en 1450 cuando el rey Juan II otorgó estas tierras al Maestre de la Orden de Alcántara Gutierre de Sotomayor y le permitió su construcción. Se convirtió en la Residencia de los condes de Belalcázar mecenas de la cultura.El castillo es de granito y su deterioro comenzó con la Guerra de la Independencia cuando los franceses lo convirtieron en almacén y sufrió la efectos de la artillería. Actualmente pertenece a la Junta de Andalucía
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Spain - Cordoba - Belalcazar
Spain - Cordoba - Belalcazar
  • Author: Marcial Bernabeu Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-03-20 17:58:07
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 38°34'46"N - 5°9'43"W
  • España - Córdoba - Belalcázar
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Spain - Cordoba - Belalcazar
Spain - Cordoba - Belalcazar
  • Author: Marcial Bernabeu Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-03-20 18:30:54
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 38°34'47"N - 5°9'52"W
  • España - Córdoba - Belalcázar
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Spain - Cordoba - Belalcazar
Spain - Cordoba - Belalcazar
  • Author: Marcial Bernabeu Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-03-20 18:39:16
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 38°34'52"N - 5°9'55"W
  • España - Córdoba - Belalcázar
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Spain - Cordoba - Belalcazar - Castle
Spain - Cordoba - Belalcazar - Castle
  • Author: Marcial Bernabeu Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-03-20 18:23:16
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 38°34'56"N - 5°9'54"W
  • España - Córdoba - Belalcázar - Castillo ENGLISH: Castillo de Belalcázar (also, castillo de los Sotomayor Zúñiga y Madróñiz, or castillo de Gahete or castillo de Gafiq) is a Gothic castle in the city of Belalcázar, province of Córdoba, southern Spain. It was established in the second half of the 15th century. The castle-palace of Belalcazar is one of the most representative of the fifteenth century, when the nobility attempted to demonstrate its social and economic status. Built entirely of stone blocks, Belalcazar preserves two enclosures: an outer barrier adapted to the irregularities of the land and reinforced with rectangular towers, and the inner rectangular castle-palace with eight towers, one at each corner and another in the center of each side. All eight towers are of average height except for the eastern and principal tower, which rises noticeably above the rest. In the fifteenth century, some Renaissance construction was added to improve the accommodations of the palace, which were insufficient in the old principal tower. The castle was built by the magnate Gutierre de Sotomayor, grand master of Alcantara, with the benefices he earned from his various possessions. The castle later passed on to the houses of Benavente and Osuna. In 1811, during the War of Independence, French troops defended the castle against a siege by the duke of Wellington's British troops. The exterior of the fortress is almost entirely intact, but nothing remains of the interior structure. ******************************************************************************* ESPAÑOL: El castillo de los Sotomayor Zúñiga y Madróñiz es una construcción de estilo gótico-militar, iniciada en la segunda mitad del siglo XV, situada en la localidad de Belalcázar en la provincia de Córdoba, (Andalucía, España). También se le conoce como castillo de Gahete o castillo de Gafiq. La construcción de este castillo fue iniciada en la segunda mitad del siglo XV con el objeto de convertirse en la residencia de los condes de Belalcázar, señores feudales del territorio en aquella época. Su construcción data de 1450 cuando Juan II otorgó estas tierras a Gutierre de Sotomayor, Maestre de la Orden de Alcántara, permitiéndole construir un castillo. Actualmente , el castillo es propiedad de la Junta de Andalucia. Esta fortaleza es un fiel reflejo del gran papel que estos señores desempeñaron como mecenas de la arquitectura y promotores del gótico tardío en la comarca. Parece que en el mismo lugar ya hubo una fortaleza romana, continuada luego en época musulmana, de la que todavía subsiste un importante testimonio en la cerca exterior, que se mantuvo como primera línea de muralla con torres albarranas sobre el arroyo Caganchas. El topónimo de la localidad proviene de la expresión "bello alcazar". El castillo comenzó su deterioro a partir de la ocupación del mismo por las tropas francesas en la Guerra de la Independencia cuando modificaron el castillo para convertirlo en almacén. En esa misma guerra sufrió las consecuencias de la artillería. El castillo, de excelente cantería de granito, ofrece una disposición cuadrangular, con altos y robustos muros que aparecen jalonados por ocho torres prismáticas, en correspondencia con el centro cada uno de los flancos y las esquinas. El castillo se halla rodeado por una muralla con veinte cubos. Entre la primera y la segunda torre se halla la puerta de entrada. Traspasada se accede a otra puerta y más allá de ella aparece el amplio patio de armas, decorado con arcos. Tanto los lienzos de muralla como las torres, se enriquecen en su coronamiento con una apretada línea de modillones a modo de ornamento. Durante el primer tercio del siglo XVI se le añadió una lujosa zona palaciega de estilo renacentista. La estructura que más destaca, sin embargo, es la impresionante torre del homenaje, lujosamente ornamentada, desproporcionada aunque de gran belleza, y que con sus más de 47 metros de altura es la más elevada de toda la península ibérica. Es de reseñar también, la amplia mazmorra aún conservada en los subterráneos del castillo así como el aljibe y las caballerizas. A pesar de que sobre este monumento pesa la Ley Genérica del Patrimonio Histórico-Artístico su interior se encuentra en ruinas, al igual que toda la muralla que lo rodeaba y parte del exterior, habiendo desaparecido sus artesonados y siguiendo el camino de un progresivo deterioro con inminente riesgo de ruina total por abandono.
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Alberca de la Fuente del Pilar y Castillo de Gahete - Belalcázar (Córdoba)
Alberca de la Fuente del Pilar y Castillo de Gahete - Belalcázar (Córdoba)
  • Author: vicente1962 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-12-04 16:02:19
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 38°34'22"N - 5°10'31"W
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Castillo de Gahete, Belalcázar (Córdoba)
Castillo de Gahete, Belalcázar (Córdoba)
  • Author: vicente1962 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-12-04 15:52:33
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 38°34'46"N - 5°9'52"W
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