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Humilladero Andalucia

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The municipal region of Humilladero occupies a narrow strip of territory between the municipalities of Fuente de Piedra and Mollina, to the north of the region of Antequera. The region extends from the limit of the provinces of Malaga and Seville to the mountain range of the same name, at the foot of which you will find the town. The landscape is a smoothly undulating plain covered with olive trees and cereal.

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3.100 residents

Schools

Antequera 20km Málaga 65km Granada 110km Sevilla 145km

65Km to Malaga

Health clinic

Municipal pool

Beach 45min

110km to Granada

Shops, Bars, Restaurants

Golf nearby

Bus service

145km to Sevilla

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Humilladero Coat of Arms
Ayuntamiento de Humilladero

Plaza de la Constitución, 5 29108 Humilladero, Málaga Telephone: 952-457-573

http://www.humilladero.es/

Humilladero Ayuntamiento

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To the South the Mountain range of Humilladero (650 ms.) breaks the monotony with a steeper relief and an abundant mass of pine groves. Although the foundation of the town goes back to the 15th Century - a time previous to the conquest of Antequera by the Christian troops, the first trustworthy documents date its origins to the year 1618, the date that appears in an inscription in the foundations at the base of de la Cruz of the Humilladero at the entrance of the locality.

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The first inhabitants of Humilladero occupied a series of houses surrounding the Convent in the 15th Century. The name itself is reputed to be from the occassion when Infante D. Fernando swore an oath on the sword of San Fernando that he had carried from the coast to the troops from Seville with whom he was wanting to unite in order to conquer Antequera.Humilladero Andalucia feria D. Fernando and his troops all knelt and swore not to take possession of the sword until Antequera was conquered.

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