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Lagunas de Ruidera
Spain

En el límite de las provincias de Albacete y Ciudad Real, y en medio del extenso Campo de Montiel, nos encontramos, casi sin previo aviso con un oasis de agua y vegetación; el Parque Natural de las Lagunas de Ruidera, en cuyo punto más alto, la Cabeza de San Pedro se encuentran el Castillo de Rochafrida y la Cueva de Montesinos. En una superficie de 4000 hectáreas se reparten dieciséis lagunas que escalonadamente forman cascadas y torrentes que van desde los primeros manantiales que emanan en la laguna Blanca hasta llegar a las lagunas bajas y el Pantano de Peñarroya. En primavera, el exuberante colorido de una abundante y variada vegetación, recibe a un innumerable número de aves acuáticas. El agua alcanza en esta época su máximo caudal y fluye de una laguna a otra formando en algunos casos pequeñas cascadas.

Copyright: Carlos ortega
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Uploaded: 31/03/2013
Updated: 03/04/2013
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Tags: lagunas; ruidera; parque natural; guadiana
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