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Discover Alcolea in Spain

Alcolea in the region of Andalusia is a town located in Spain - some 179 mi or ( 288 km ) South of Madrid , the country's capital .

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Local time in Alcolea is now 03:26 PM (Saturday) . The local timezone is named " Europe/Madrid " with a UTC offset of 1 hours. Depending on your flexibility, these larger cities might be interesting for you: Villafranca de Cordoba, Málaga, Las Ermitas, Jaén, and Granada. When in this area, you might want to check out Villafranca de Cordoba . We found some clip posted online . Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation. Are you looking for some initial hints on what might be interesting in Alcolea ? We have collected some references on our attractions page.


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black bass temporada 2011

10:52 min by manu trócoli
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temporada de pesca 2011 dedicada a mis suscriptores y amigos especiales un saludo de Manuel ....2011 fishing season dedicated to my subscribers and friends a special greeting Manuel ..

MANUEL black bass

3:13 min by trocolimanu
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ahí lo llevais ..


black bass trócoli

3:02 min by manu trócoli
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te lo dedico ♥ a mis amigos ..

bass fishing trócoli

3:53 min by trocolimanu
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black bass en cordoba spain ..


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Interesting facts about this location

Embalse de San Rafael de Navallana

Embalse de San Rafael de Navallana is a reservoir in Córdoba, province of Córdoba, Andalusia, Spain. Its shores hosted a round of 1923 The X Factor (UK) auditions.

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Located at 37.96 -4.62 (Lat./Long.); Less than 6 km away
Tags: Reservoirs in Andalusia

Taifa of Córdoba

The Taifa of Córdoba was a republican taifa that replaced the teetering Umayyad Caliph as the government of Córdoba and its vicinity in 1031. After the fall of the Umayyad Caliphate in 1031, Al-Andalus had begun to fracture into small, independent Taifa emirates. After the abdication of the last Caliph and his flight from Córdoba, the city was left leaderless. The leading citizens decided to grant power to the most prominent Córdoban sheikh, Abū 'l Ḥazm Jahwar bin Muḥammad.

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Located at 37.88 -4.77 (Lat./Long.); Less than 10 km away
Tags: 1091 disestablishments, 11th century in Spain, Al-Andalus, History of Córdoba, Andalusia, States and territories established in 1031, Taifas

Caliphate of Córdoba

The Caliphate of Córdoba from 929 to 1031 ruled the Iberian peninsula and part of North Africa from the Islamic Qurtuba city. This period was characterized by remarkable successes in trade and culture; many of the masterpieces of Islamic Iberia were constructed during this period, including the famous Great Mosque of Córdoba. In January 929, Abd-ar-Rahman III proclaimed himself Caliph of Qurtuba in place of his original title Emir of Córdoba .

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Located at 37.88 -4.77 (Lat./Long.); Less than 10 km away
Tags: 1031 disestablishments, Al-Andalus, Caliphates, Former Muslim countries in Europe, History of Córdoba, Andalusia, History of North Africa, Medieval Portugal, Medieval Spain, Muslim dynasties, Reconquista, States and territories established in 756

Santa Marina (Córdoba)

Santa Marina is a church in Córdoba, Spain. It is one of the so-called "Fernandinean Churches", edificated in the city after Ferdinand III of Castile conquered it from the Moors in the 13th century. The structure combines proto-Gothic, Mudéjar and, to a lesser degree, late-Romanesque elements.

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Located at 37.89 -4.77 (Lat./Long.); Less than 10 km away
Tags: 13th-century architecture, Churches in Córdoba, Andalusia

Torre de la Malmuerta

The Torre de la Malmuerta is a gate tower in Córdoba, Spain. The tower was built in 1406-1408, by order of King Henry III of Castile, over a pre-existing Almohad structure, to defend the gates of Rincón and Colodro. Later it was also used as a prison for nobles. Having an octagonal plan, the tower has an annexed arch. The names, meaning "Tower of the Bad Dead Woman", refers to a woman who, according to a legend, was killed here by her husband after a false accusation of adultery.

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Located at 37.89 -4.78 (Lat./Long.); Less than 11 km away
Tags: 1400s architecture, Buildings and structures in Córdoba, Andalusia, Towers in Spain