Casares Things to Do

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    Fountain of Carlos III

    by lina112 Written Jun 12, 2006

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    Is located in the village square, and was built in 1785 during his reign. The fountain has four spouts from each of which pour fresh mountain water.

    La fuente de Carlos III esta situada en la plaza de Espana y fue construida en 1785 bajo el reinado de Carlos III, de ahi su nombre. La fuente posee cuatro canos de los que brotan agua fresca de la sierra

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    Museum of Ethnohistory

    by lina112 Updated Jun 12, 2006

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    This museum shows the traditions and customs of Casares from ancient times to the present day. In the exhibition we can see the different tools used locally throughout history.

    El museo de etnohistoria nos muestra las tradiciones y costumbres de Casares desde epocas pasadas hasta nuestro dias. Se trata de una exposicion donde encontramos los diferentes utensilios utilizados a lo largo de la historia en Casares.

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    Church of San Sebastian

    by lina112 Updated Jun 12, 2006

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    The church of San Sebastian dates from the 17th century and houses the statue of "Nuestra Señora del Campo", patroness of Casares. The original Carving, possibly 11th or 12 th, was destroyed during the Civil War. The Virgings arms and the child were carved from a single piece of dark mahogany.

    La iglesia de San Sebastian data del siglo XVII. En su interior alberga la imagen de nuestra senora del Campo, patrona de Casares. La talla primitiva, destruida en parte en la guerra civil, era de madera color caoba oscura, cuyos brazos y el nino estaban esculpidos en el mismo trozo de madera. Posiblemente fue hallada en el siglo XI y XII.

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  • San Sebastián Church

    by GibJoe Written Nov 11, 2008
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    Small church built in the 17th Century which is situated in the Plaza de España. Inside there is the statue of Nuestra Senora Del Rosario del Campo who is the Patron Saint of Casares.

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  • Ermita de la Vera Cruz

    by GibJoe Written Nov 11, 2008

    Situated at the highest point of Casares, it was built in the 16th century. Only a part of the church remains.

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    Visit la Iglesia de San Sebastian

    by El_Sueco Written Feb 21, 2004

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    This small and beutiful church is located just near the main square and you will pass it when you go up to the castle. If you are lucky it is open!
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    Picturesque little town

    by Canuck5 Written Aug 3, 2003

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    We didn't find there was a lot to do in Casares, but it was a nice drive up to this picturesque little town, set in the hills.

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