Routes around the white villages of AndalusiaPhotography Guabic
The provinces of Cadiz and Malaga host a wide variety of white villages that still preserve the traditions and customs of Andalusia. The white color of the facades full of flowers, contrasts with the green mountains, the bright sun and blue sky, creating an explosion of color.
Andalusia receives every year millions of tourists coming from all over the world, who feel a special bond with the place and the need to return or even installed.
Although large cities are major tourist destinations, the route of the white villages close to discover the beauty and splendor of the interior of Andalusia, and taste the typical local cuisine and explore the nature around them.
• Northern route: begins in Puerto Serrano, passing Algodonales, The Gastor, Setenil, Alcalá del Valle, Torre Alháquime, before ending at Olvera.
• Central Route: includes the towns of Prado del Rey, following Forest Benamahoma Ubrique benaocaz, closest to Rosario Grazalema and Zahara de la Sierra.
• Eastern Route: whose origin lies in the village Cortes de la Frontera, Algatocin Benadalid Atajate, Jimera Líbar, Benaojan, ending the tour in Ronda.
• Route West: Algar's people, Arcos de la Frontera, Wait, Borno, reaching Villamartin.
The famous American travel writer Rick Steves about this video to Ronda, one of the most visited villages and known throughout Andalusia.
Let Andalusia guide you.
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I know it's not WTF friday yet2007-08-02 08:53:09 by NEpdxYo
But i just found this in the astronomy fo and couldn't resist sharing. last week, a fireball flew through the daylit skies of croatia, slovenia and italy. the news report (*the link*) is in croatian, but the video footage is really neat. they're still trying to figure out if and where it landed...
"Exploding Meteor in Croatia
SUPER-BOLIDE: On Wednesday, July 25th at approximately 10:...egory of superbolides--exploding meteors of magnitude -17 or brighter. They are, essentially, small asteroids measuring a few to 10 meters in diameter and massing a few hundred metric tons. Superbolides trigger seismic detectors on the ground, produce waves of infrasound that can travel thousands of miles, and they are tracked by military satellites scanning Earth for nuclear explosions. "
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