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La Encantada Hill, archaeological site
Spain

The Cerro de la Encantada, also known as Los Castillejos, is an archaeological site of the Culture of Motillas, situated on a hill Jabalón River Valley, in the municipality of Calatrava Granátula. http://www.turismocastillalamancha.com/multimedia/archivos/8952/cerro-de-la-encantada-granatula-de-calatrava/

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