Casa Rural El Viejo Palomar
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... lots of young children running around playing.
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people who live in Madrid and other cities
Siguenza’s main church (not technically a cathedral) dates
from the 1100s and is far more austere than most in Spain. Right as I was about
to take a photograph of the cathedral a construction worker parked his truck in
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... br> Meseta have led to major depopulation as young people have migrated to Madrid
and other cities for several generation leaving declining villages populated
mostly by elderly people.
The first village I stopped in was Hita, a walled town on a
hill with a few old Romanesque churches and a nice town square. It was still raining
steadily and cold enough I wondered if it might turn to snow. Needless to say,
I didn’t linger for long.