Villafranca de los Barros, Plaza del Ayuntamiento
Villafranca de los Barros is the center of a vast basin of fertile clay soil, nearby semicircle Alange saws, and Fuente del Maestre Hornachos.
Linda its district on the north by the Alange Almendralejo, on the South with that of Maimona, on the east by the Bank of the West Fresno and the Fuente del Maestre.The city center takes about 2 square kilometers. By country roads are accessible locations such as Ribera del Fresno, Fuente del Maestre, Aceuchal and Palomas, and by rail to Llerena for Sevilla and Madrid Merida.
The entire area is watered by rivers and streams of prolonged drought during the summer months and even into the fall, called Pendeli, Valdequemao and Lairs, one of which, the population of Valdequemao crosses from south to north, that of Pendelipasses through the East licking the walls, joining the two last houses near where they take the name of Rio Cagancha. The other stream is the Lairs, which runs through the end of its eastern end. All this plot will lead to river Bonhabal, a tributary of Matachel and it is also this same tributary of the Guadiana River.
Along with Almendralejo, is the market town of Tierra de Barros. It is known as "Music City." It is both head and judicial Party headquarters Villafranca de los Barros.
Villafranca has two major wine cooperatives: San Jose and San Isidro. In 1996 the company installed "...
The river network of low flow streams are suffering from total dry season of spring, not running agai...
Plaza of Spain: In the old town is a broad representation of architecture. In the Plaza of Spain, you...
Said artistic element of this area is the building of the Catholic Parish Church of St. Peter the Apo...
In 1594 the province was part of the Lion of the Order of Santiago and commoners had 201 residents.Du...
Catholic parish church under the patronage of Our Lady of Grace, in the Archdiocese of Mérida-Badajoz
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