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Toros de Guisando

margen izquierda del arroyo Tortolas | junto a la Canada Real, El Tiemblo, Spain
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Unique piece of human history!

If you're interested in historical artefacts I can't imagine you wouldn't love the Bulls of... read more

Reviewed 22 January 2018
happydays17736
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Manchester, United Kingdom
Historic and interesting, but have realistic expectations

Let's be clear, there's not that much here. Four stone bulls and the derelict foundations of an... read more

Reviewed 23 July 2017
Greenfielder
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Oldham, United Kingdom
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margen izquierda del arroyo Tortolas | junto a la Canada Real, El Tiemblo, Spain
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Reviewed 22 January 2018

If you're interested in historical artefacts I can't imagine you wouldn't love the Bulls of Guisando! We visited on a beautiful sunny autumn day, so definitely saw them at their best! I'd also add that if you're interested at all in Isabella of Castile this...More

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Reviewed 23 July 2017

Let's be clear, there's not that much here. Four stone bulls and the derelict foundations of an inn. However, once you realise that and that the interest is as much as anything in the interpretation of the site you can enjoy the visit. For your...More

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Reviewed 17 May 2016

In the fields just outside of El Tiemblo are four ancient granite stone bull sculptures called verracos (boars) from the 2nd century BC by the Vettones (pre Roman inhabitants of the Iberian Peninsula). There are no clear documentation as to the purpose of these bulls,...More

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Reviewed 17 January 2016

if you turn of the san martin to el tiemblo road and drive until you find a wooded area, you will find a large flat field, there you will find thehistoric bulls. the bulls are more important tham they originally appear being very important to...More

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Reviewed 21 September 2014

About a mile outside of San Martin De Valdeinglesias is one of the most important historical sites in Spain. The place doesn't really look like much, but consider what happened in this exact spot. In September Isabel and Henry the IV of Spain signed a...More

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