Batres

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City Hall

Batres (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈbatɾes]) is a small town and municipality in the autonomous community of Madrid in central Spain. The town as is known today was founded in the 12th century after it was recaptured by the Spaniards from the Almoravids, or north African settlers.

Tourism[edit]

Batres Castle
Batres Castle-Castillo de Batres

The town is a popular destination because of Batres Castle, which is the main tourist attraction.

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Coordinates: 40°13′N 3°55′W / 40.217°N 3.917°W / 40.217; -3.917