Tubilla del Agua

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Tubilla del Agua
Municipality and village
Tubilla del Agua Panorámica.JPG
Tubilla del Agua is located in Spain
Tubilla del Agua
Tubilla del Agua
Location in Spain
Coordinates: 42°42′32″N 3°48′11″W / 42.709°N 3.803°W / 42.709; -3.803Coordinates: 42°42′32″N 3°48′11″W / 42.709°N 3.803°W / 42.709; -3.803
Country  Spain
Elevation 777 m (2,549 ft)
Website http://www.tubilladelagua.es/sus-pueblos

Tubilla del Agua[1] is a village and municipality located in the province of Burgos, Castile and León, Spain. According to the 2004 census (INE), the municipality has a population of 209 inhabitants. The climate is relatively cool in the summer and cold in the winter.

Tubilla del Agua is located in the Rudrón Valley. Valley formed by the River Rudrón[2] that also separates on the left the moor of La Lora and right the moor of Masa

Also passes through the village the River Ornillo, generating many waterfalls.

Villages[edit]

In this county, in the village of Covanera, is Pozo Azul.[11] It is subject to exploration by cave divers of UK. In 2010, a British-led cave divers team broke a diving world record by exploring 8.8 km (5.5 miles) of the cave.[12]

Covanera: Pozo Azul

Wikimapia: Tubilla del Agua TUBILLA.jpg

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ricardo Melgar - Vista aérea de Tubilla del Agua. Panoramio. Google Maps. [1]
  2. ^ Río Rudrón. ELUE. Last modified: 2014-01-05 at 14:32. Accessed: 2014-03-18. [2]
  3. ^ Bañuelos del Rudrón. Wikipedia
  4. ^ Grupo SILVINEWS: Valle del Rudrón. Panoramio. Google Maps. [3]
  5. ^ Covanera. Wikipedia
  6. ^ Ricardo Melgar: Vista aérea de Covanera. Panoramio. Google Maps. [4]
  7. ^ San Felices del Rudrón. Wikipedia
  8. ^ Ricardo Melgar. Vista aérea de San Felices del Rudrón. Panoramio. [5]
  9. ^ Tablada del Rudrón. Wikipedia
  10. ^ Tubilla del Agua. Wikipedia
  11. ^ Pozo Azul. Wikipedia
  12. ^ "British-led dive team break record with 8.8km cave dive". Metro. 14 September 2010. Retrieved 20 May 2014. 

Bibliography[edit]

  • Cadiñanos Bardeci, Inocencio (1.987): Arquitectura fortificada en la provincia de Burgos. Artegraf. Madrid. ISBN 84-505-5990-1 Tubilla del Agua: pp. 258 – 259.
  • Cidad Pérez, Joaquín (1.988): Tubilla del Agua. Apuntes históricos sobre el Municipio. Imprenta Carmelo. Burgos. ISBN 84-404-2669-0
  • Delibes de Castro, Germán & Rojo Guerra, Manuel & Represa Bermejo, J. Ignacio (1.993): Dólmenes de La Lora. II.- Los monumentos megalíticos: características, problemas y accesos. Tubilla del Agua. Ed. Europa Artes Gráficas. Salamanca. ISBN 84-7846-248-1 pp. 83 – 90.
  • Martínez Díez, Gonzalo (1.987): Pueblos y alfoces burgaleses de la repoblación. 3.- Alfoz de Moradillo. 4.- Alfoz de Siero. Ed. Sever-Cuesta. Valladolid. ISBN 84-505-6225-2 pp. 62 – 78

External links[edit]

  • Pozo Azul Website about the Pozo Azul
  • Underground Everest Video about the British cave diving team wich broke the diving world record in 2010 at the Pozo Azul.

See also[edit]