Castilla-La Mancha region is an administrative entity occupying the center of the Spanish territory, except Madrid, which has its own area. Like the rest of the country, Castilla-La Mancha region share a rich history, a past in which different civilizations have intertwined and sometimes clashed for control of these lands: one thinks of course the conflicts between Christians Spanish and Moorish Muslims control of the peninsula in the Middle Ages, an episode in which the Castilla-La Mancha is heavily involved, as evidenced by an exceptional heritage. The illustration is made Toledo regional capital, whose old town is downright World Heritage Site by Unesco! It is the same for Cuenca, another step after crossing the plains of Castile, sparsely populated area and facing agriculture, benefiting from several protected natural areas: in short, enough to fill a vacation!

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