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A small village big on history

The village has a XVI century building that was constructed by the Knights of the Order of... read more

Reviewed 11 February 2012
Gisela R
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11 Feb 2012
“A small village big on history”
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Caceres, Spain
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Reviewed 11 February 2012

The village has a XVI century building that was constructed by the Knights of the Order of Alcantara (their crest is below the left upper window) as a hospital for pilgrims on the nearby Via de la Plata up to Santiago de Compostella - hence...More

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