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Encina Terrona

Encina The Terrona. The road that leads to the Encina Terrona is clearly signposted from the town of Caceres Montánchez Bush, in the region of Sierra de Montánchez.Since the municipal swimming pool area there is a dirt road that runs between fences and passing through an attractive medieval bridge, cross it and the same path and between oak arrive at barely 1 km, to our left the place known as the String La Cumbre, where we find the majestic image of the Terrona Encina. Characteristics.Species: oak. Overall height: 16.5 m. Perimeter of the trunk: 7.75 m perimeter of the base: 9.42 m. Approximate age: 800 years. Environment: well-preserved stately oaks where it is easy to see typical Iberian pig herds on open range system of feed on the acorns that fall from the thousands of oak trees that exist in these lands. In these meadows near the Sierra de Montánchez not stop fluttering storks, raptors and other birds native to the Mediterranean forest.

Copyright: Lorenzo Valles Vila
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 31100x15550
Taken: 08/08/2010
Uploaded: 28/10/2010
Updated: 06/03/2015


Tags: extremadura; caceres; zarza de alange; encina; terrona; hd; alta; definicion; encina la terrona; cordel; de; la; cumbre; quercus; ilex; l.; ballota; q.; rotundifolia; ilex subsp. ilex
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Extremadura (Estremaura in Extremadura and the fala). It is a Spanish autonomous community located in the southwest of the Iberian Peninsula. It is composed of the two largest provinces in Spain: Cáceres yBadajoz. Extremadura bounded on the north by the provinces of Salamanca, Ávila (Castilla y León), south conHuelva, Sevilla and Cordoba (Andalusia), on the east, with Toledo and Ciudad Real (Castilla-La Mancha) and west conPortugal. Its capital is Mérida (Augusta Emerita old), the city recognized by the Statute of Autonomy as the seat of the Government of Extremadura.