Sierra de Cazorla

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Sierra de Cazorla
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Landscape in Sierra de Cazorla
Highest point
PeakGilillo
Elevation1,847 m (6,060 ft)
Coordinates37°56′12″N 02°57′30″W / 37.93667°N 2.95833°W / 37.93667; -2.95833Coordinates: 37°56′12″N 02°57′30″W / 37.93667°N 2.95833°W / 37.93667; -2.95833
Geography
Sierra de Cazorla is located in Spain
Sierra de Cazorla
Sierra de Cazorla
CountrySpain
Parent rangePrebaetic System
Geology
Mountain typeLimestone
Climbing
Easiest routeFrom Cazorla

Sierra de Cazorla is a mountain range of the Prebaetic System in the Jaén Province in Spain. It is named after the town of Cazorla. Its highest point is the 1,847 m high Gilillo peak.

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This mountain range is located between the Sierra Nevada, the Sierra de Segura and Sierra del Pozo mountain ranges.[1] The easiest route to reach it is from Cazorla town.

The Santuario de la Virgen de Tíscar is a shrine dedicated to the Virgin Mary located on a mountain pass in Sierra de Cazorla.[2]

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