Zalamea de la Serena
|Zalamea de la Serena|
|• Mayor||José Antonio Murillo Dávila (PP)|
|• Total||246 km2 (95 sq mi)|
|Elevation(AMSL)||485 m (1,591 ft)|
|• Density||15/km2 (40/sq mi)|
|Time zone||CET (UTC+1)|
|• Summer (DST)||CEST (GMT +2) (UTC+2)|
|Area code(s)||+34 (Spain) + 924 (Badajoz)|
Zalamea is the setting of the play, “El Alcalde de Zalamea,” or the “Mayor of Zalamea.”
Monuments include: the dystile, and church called ´El Cristo.´ There is a small village called Docenario close to Zalamea.
Monuments There is a Dystile from Roman times. There is a castle and it is about 2,400 years old. There are two churches from Roman times.
Nine km to the north is Cancho Roano, a temple/ritual site of the Tartessian period, now with a Visitor centre
Other buildings and facilities in Zalamea There is a football field. There are some sport centres. There are some street lights.
There is a castle. It is big and the color brown. The castle has got two towers.
Festivals and Celebrations
There are festivals. There is a festival called ´Romeria. There is a festival called ´San Cristobal and it is celebrated in the ´Charca.´ ´Charca´ is a big lake with fishing lines.
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