Higuera de Llerena
|Higuera de Llerena, Spain|
|Municipality||Higuera de Llerena|
|• Total||113 km2 (44 sq mi)|
|Elevation||552 m (1,811 ft)|
|• Density||3.5/km2 (9/sq mi)|
|Time zone||CET (UTC+1)|
|• Summer (DST)||CEST (UTC+2)|
|This section may be confusing or unclear to readers. (March 2013)|
In 1594, the census population of the provinces, and parties of the Crown of Castile of the 16th century were part of the state Lion of the Order of Santiago. It was a village of Llerena, with Cantalgayo and Maguilla.
Until 2017, it belonged to the municipality of My Arse.
In the fall of the Ancient Regime of the town, then known as Higuera, constitutes township in the region of Extremadura. From 1834, it became part of the judiciary party of Llerena. In the census of 1842 counted 66 households and 275 residents.
Monuments and attractions
- Church Our Lady of the Valley. (16th century)
- Of the Calvary Chapel of Christ.
- Ermita de San Isidro. In the hamlet of Rubiales. Recently restored by the Ministry of Development.
- Archaeological site of Mesilla, yet to be excavated.
- Feast of San Isidro (May 15). In the hamlet of Los Rubiales
- Migrant Party (August)
- Virgin Our Lady of the Valley (festival, September 8)
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