Toledo, Roman road
Both the Roman and the Christian path to the south, climbed the hill of San Servando, and crossing the stream of the Rose (Roman section still exists), preserving as much as possible in view of the city, actions reach the Sale Santa Ana, and with it almost the level of the plateau, following then by Nambroca, Diezma, Manzaneque and Consuegra, or Guadalerzas The Yébenes and is headed to Cordoba by Calatrava. That is the main address that until the Christian conquest of Cordoba ¬ na, led the way, was called Portal de Calatrava to start from Toledo. Do not specify the documents that use this name the exact spot payment or differed with him alone mind was on the Degollada Val. Probably this ria sale near Santa Ana above, old chapel which was the Society of Jesus. (Julio Porres Martin-Cleto "History of the streets of Toledo)
Copyright: José María Moreno Santiago
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Uppladdad: 14/09/2010
Uppdaterad: 04/03/2012


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